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RE: [zzdev] Re: I am yours to command

I'd be happy to have a go at setting up (and documenting!) a Win-based
system (as soon as I get my new cable modem sorted out - most of the way
there!).  If it doesn't yield reasonably quickly, I'll go ahead with

Debugging is cool.  I suspect I'll need a working development
environment before I can be at all useful;  so I guess that's priority

-- mkj
Michael K. Jones <mkjones@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Stone Hill Consulting

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	gossamer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [SMTP:gossamer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
	Sent:	Tuesday, November 24, 1998 5:39 PM
	To:	Michael K. Jones
	Subject:	[zzdev] Re: I am yours to command

	Michael K. Jones wrote:
	> I'm taking this week off, so it's a good time for me to dive
	> something new.  Can someone give me a tick list of stuff I
	> have/know?  Currently, I'm set up for NT (and Win95 if
pushed).  I would
	> prefer to stick to one OS at a time, but if it would be
easier, I could
	> install Linux.

	One thing that'd be REALLY nice about now, though not a
	thing, is detailed destructions on how to install ZZ on a
	system - including how to install Perl and get the various
	working.  It -should- be possible, but I don't think anybody's
	it yet!

	For development, it'd be much easier if you have Linux around, I

	We seem to have three threads of development going at the
moment, so 
	merging them is near the top priority!  OTOH, how do you like
	debugging?  :)


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