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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
Dear TECO user:
Thank you for your recent inquiry concerning TECO 124A.
The enclosed tape should have three save sets of all the
software you requested. Please refer to TECO.COM for a
detailed description of the files. If there are any
problems with the tape, send it back and we'll try again.
Since several sites will wish to install their own
modifications to TECO, I have included all of the
documentation source files as well as the version of RUNOFF
in use here at U.T. It contains at least one patch (dealing
with the "variant" feature) necessary for producing the
documentation as distributed.
Note that some new standards for writing TECO macros
have been developed. The idea is to prepare .TCO files
which are then "compiled" into .TEC files. The advantage of
.TCO files is that they can be easily formatted using tabs,
and they contain no control characters or escapes which
makes them easy to edit. For more information, see the
TECro compiler, MAKTEC.TCO. Unfortunately not all of the
TECros have been converted to the new standard yet.
Please feel free to join the many sites who have
contributed both to TECO itself as well as the TED: library
by sending in bug reports, modifications, general comments
and suggestions. Alas, due to lack of time for work on
TECO, many more contributions arrive than we've been able to
take advantage of. Bug reports have top priority of course;
please send them to me or Robert McQueen at Stevens Inst.
Clive B. Dawson