(This file must be converted with BinHex 4.0)at the top. This file was most likely produced on a Mac and will most likely be useful on a Mac. The best thing to do would be to bring it to a Mac and work with it there.
"But I want to look at it under Unix!"
Ok, here's what to try.
Your first instinct would be to look for
They both live on
on any of aramis, athos, or porthos.
But that is not what you want.
They both convert files to binhex format.
Instead, you need
Converting temp1 type = "TEXT", author = "ttxt"
This leavs you a Mac binary file,
Assuming it was a text type file, you should now be able to look at
It may need a little editing, like removing a bit of garbage at the
This page last updated October 17, 1997.