fsr 1.10

Jeffrey Altman found that fsr won't work with ActiveState Perl because the fork emulation isn't up to snuff, so fsr now dies immediately if run with the native Windows Perl. It also falls back on fs in the user's path instead of a hard-coded Stanford path and supports examine as a command.

You can get the latest version from the fsr distribution page.

Posted: 2007-02-10 18:45 — Why no comments?

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