On 07/03/02 09:41, "Victor Rehorst" <victor_at_newtontalk.net> wrote:
> On Wed, 6 Mar 2002, Mike O'Brien wrote:
>> There's this gigantic NewtonDev.sit file sitting out on UNNA
>> that has all the goodies that developers need. It's even got the
>> Newton Programmer's Ref. manual, which seems to have an index file,
>> something like NewtDev Ref.qv. When I unpacked NewtonDev.sit, the
>> next time I ran Disk Doctor, it told me that NewtDev Ref.qv had a
>> busted resource fork and had to be deleted.
>> Anybody else see this? Anybody know anything about it?
> Well, sounds like you're trying to load the non-PDF version of the
> manual, correct? It's in some old Apple format whose name escapes me at
> the moment.
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