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File Name: aladdin-expander-55.hqx (980 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1999
From: Peter Thomas Subject: Aladdin Expander 5.5 Aladdin Systems, Inc.'s freeware Expander products allow you to decompress, decode, convert and access the most popular compression archive formats, including StuffIt (c) (.sit), Zip (zip), UUencode (.uu), MacBinary (bin), and BinHex (.hqx). Aladdin Expander for Windows (tm) also supports MIME/Base64 (.mime), Arc (.arc), Arj (.arj), and gzip (.gzip), and more. With the addition of the StuffIt Engine (tm) (included with DropStuff (tm) and StuffIt Deluxe (tm), StuffIt Expander (tm) for Mac supports Mime/Base64, Arc, gzip, Lha, CompactPro, AppleLink, and more. These easy-to-use, universal file access programs are available for Windows, Macintosh and DOS. With comprehensive access to the most online file formats, Aladdin's Expanders are the only expansion utilities you need.

File Name: archive-commenter-11.hqx (152 k)
Date: Jul 12, 1997
From: eszterm@uni-duesseldorf.de Subject: FTP Archive Commenter 1.1 Archive Commenter can be used to quickly add comments to StuffIt(TM) Archives. It is especially useful for FirstClass(R) BBSs. Archive Commenter is Shareware, registration is 10 US$ per copy. Please note that StuffIt(TM) and StuffIt Lite(TM) are trademarks of Aladdin Systems, Inc. FirstClass(R) is a registered trademark of SoftArc, Inc. Please see ReadMe for details. Ansgar Esztermann, eszterm@uni-duesseldorf.de

File Name: auto-bin-10.hqx (24 k)
Date: Feb 04, 1994
From: mxmora@unix.sri.com (Matthew Xavier Mora) Subject: AutoBin 1.0 Date: Thu, 3 Feb 1994 17:04:37 -0800 --========================_7179424==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Enclosed is AutoBin 1.0. A drag and drop binhexer. I tried posting this earlier but I think it bounced. I will be sending the source in another message. Xavier --========================_7179424==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="AutoBin_1.0"

File Name: auto-bin-c.hqx (96 k)
Date: Dec 09, 1993
From: mxmora@unix.sri.com (Matthew Xavier Mora) Subject: AutoBin (a drag and drop Binhexer with source) Date: Thu, 9 Dec 1993 13:21:47 -0800 --========================_6876772==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Enclosed is AutoBin. Autobin is a program based on dropshell that will binhex any file dropped on top of it. Since I didn't write very much of the actual code, included the source so other can benefit too. (and hopefully modify it and make it better.) Xavier --========================_6876772==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="AutoBin_w=src.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="AutoBin_w=src.sea"

File Name: backup-by-stuffit-223e.hqx (84 k)
Date: Mar 05, 1999
From: t-hana@mh1.117.ne.jp Subject: backup_by_stuffit_223e/AppleScript backup_by_stuffit_223e/AppleScript (Freeware),only for users of MacOS8.0 or later. * This is an AppleScript script that will make a stuffed backup file by StuffIt LIte 3.5 or later and automatically replace its content with modified files. * If you make a backup file into a floppy disk,the disk will be soon full with files. But if backup files are stuffed,you can save backup files almost twice as many. * Once you choose which folder to backup into which disk,and let this make a stuffed backup file in the disk, only by double-clicking,this will choose files which in the original folder are modified after the modification date of the backup file ,and replace these files in the backup file. * THIS VERSION COPES WITH THE CHANGE OF APPLESCRIPT WITH MACOS8.   USER OF MACOS7.6.1 OR BEFORE HAD BETTER USE 2.1.2.VERSION WHICH IS FASTER. * Ver2.2.3 removed another bug of causing error when folder contains only one file. * System requirement: MacOS8.0 or later,AppleScript1.1.2 * You need a registered version of StuffIt Lite 3.5 or later.

File Name: binhex-50.hqx (24 k)
Date: Sep 05, 1992
From: jbthoo@ucdavis.edu ( John Thoo ) Date: Wed, 2 Sep 92 18:48:55 PDT Subject: BinHex 5.0 Here is BinHex 5.0. Hope that someone finds this useful. --John. [Bill--Again, sorry for the earlier goof-up ] ----------------------------------cut here--------------------------------

File Name: binhqx-102.hqx (36 k)
Date: Aug 12, 1993
From: Masatsugu Nagata Date: Thu, 12 Aug 93 18:02:40 JST Subject: * BinHqx 1.02 DA This looks like a good solution if one needs a small binhex conversion util. ----------------------------Original message---------------------------- Hello, Enclosed below is Howard Fukuda's excellent Desk Accessory "BinHqx 1.02 DA'. Shareware $5. It dates 1990, but works very fine with System 7. Handles both Encoding/Decoding BinHex, plus, 'Join&Decode' and 'Segment' features. By setting the 'I/O buffer size' to the maximum, it operates VERY quickly. Works twice/threetimes faster than StuffIt's translator! Hope you enjoy it: > Date: Wed, 5 Dec 90 02:37:13 PST > From: physi-hf@garnet.berkeley.edu (Howard Haruo Fukuda) > Subject: BinHqx 1.02 > > > After downloading some files from the um-mts.cc.umich.edu archives, I > found that BinHqx 1.01 has problems when spaces are inserted in the middle > of archives. This seems to happen occasionally after a line-feed. 1.02 > corrects that problem. > > BinHqx is a Desk Accessory that does BinHex 4.0 translation in addition to > file joining/splitting. Major advantages are convenience and speed, but it > is ShareWare. Please register your copy. > > -----------------------------------

File Name: cab-extractor-081.hqx (56 k)
Date: Apr 10, 1999
From: vitriol@acd.net Subject: CabExtractor 0.8.1 CabExtractor is a drop box that decompresses MSZip compressed and stored Microsoft Cabinet archives. This program requires MRJ, it may work with version 2.0, but it is targeted at version 2.1. You can get MRJ at no cost from Apple at http://www.apple.com/java.

File Name: change-uu-10.hqx (12 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: g.giusti@area.it Subject: Change UU 1.0 AS This simple script will change the names of all your UUencoded text files contained in the chosen folder. It will change from the names given by UUCD (e.g. ) to names compatible with Wincode (e.g. ). Useful if you want to pass long files on several floppies to a Windows user, and you have to rename them all. OK, there may be other ways to do it, but here's one. :) There is no help or warning message (although only "TEXT" files with ".uu." in their name are affected), so please experiment with a disposable folder first. The script needs the following additions in order to run: - Choose Files/Folders - String commands Improvements and comments on the script are welcome. Giovanni Giusti

File Name: code-programs.hqx (88 k)
Date: Feb 07, 1994
From: Russell Cotton Subject: code-programs.sit.hqx Date: Sun, 6 Feb 1994 20:17:27 -0600 (CST) --0-914575609-760587725:#16460 Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII Dear netters, Here is my first REAL mac program. The stuffit archive contains two programs, EnCodeIt and DeCodeIt. These programs encode and decode up to 512 characters of text, respectively. The files are stored in an internal format and are not readable by text proccessors. These programs are Freeware but I will accept any money, postcards, and/or e-mail. Thanks for listening (read: reading), Lance Cotton rcotton@tenet.edu --0-914575609-760587725:#16460 Content-Type: APPLICATION/octet-stream; name="code-programs.sit.hqx" Content-ID: Content-Description:

File Name: compact-pro-151.hqx (232 k)
Date: Apr 02, 1995
Date: 02 Apr 95 14:08:05 EDT From: "Bill Goodman [Cyclos]" Subject: Compact Pro 1.51 Compact Pro is a shareware file compression and archival utility. It compresses and stores files in "archives" which may span multiple diskettes. Compact Pro supports data encryption (US and Canadian users only) and self-extracting archives. Version 1.51 is a "fat" binary, so it will run in native mode on Power Macs as well as on standard Macs. Compact Pro may be used on a free trial basis for 30 days. If you find it useful and continue to use it beyond the free trial period, you are required to pay a $25 registration fee. Self-extracting archives created by Compact Pro may be used for commercial distribution of software/data with no additional license fee. This file is a self-extracting archive created with Compact Pro. Double-clicking on it will create a folder with the Compact Pro application and documentation files. Bill Goodman Cyclos 71101.204@compuserve.com

File Name: cpt-expand-10.hqx (32 k)
Date: Mar 17, 1992
Date: Sun, 15 Mar 92 20:24:35 -0500 From: phssra@unix.cc.emory.edu (Scott R. Anderson) Subject: CptExpand 1.00 [This is a replacement for a year-old file in the archives which was damaged.] CptExpand 1.00 is a freeware utility to decompress Compact Pro archives. It is written by Bill Goodman, the author of Compact Pro. The advantage of this program over Extractor, the other free Compact Pro decompression utility, is that it is small enough to run in 512K of memory. However, if you don't have the Hierarchical File System (HFS), you will need to install the HD20 INIT in your System folder. This can usually be obtained from Macintosh user groups or from on-line services such as Compuserve. CptExpand has the same creator type as Compact Pro, which allows it to automatically open when such an archive is double-clicked (but it should then only be used if you *don't* use Compact Pro or Extractor).

File Name: crypt.hqx (24 k)
Date: Apr 03, 1998
From: logan@vectro.com Subject: Crypt Crypt - A simple and fast encryption program.

File Name: cryptogrammer-112.hqx (108 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1996
From: (Larry Snyder) linksnyd@concentric.net Subject: Cryptogrammer v1.1.2 This is an update of Cryptogrammer v1.1.1, which is the same as the old one except that my address for correspondence has changed. Thanks, Larry Snyder

File Name: cyphercard-10a.hqx (152 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: Chris Westbury Subject: CypherCard1.0a.sit.hqx Cyphercard is a simple but effective tool (a Hypercard stack) for encoding and decoding text documents. It uses no complex math, but simply encodes one document (the target) by using a second document as a reference document or a 'one time scratch pad', as they call it in the cypher biz. Cyphercard does not just use simple pointers into the reference document, but modulates those pointers using offsets which are also taken from that document. It uses various other encoding techniques as well. None of this is complicated or tricky. It doesn't need to be. The security of the code is not compromised at all by knowing exactly how it was coded. All the security comes from the fact that the code depends on the reference document and the password. The upshot is that anyone who knows which reference document and password to use can decode any document that was encoded with that reference document and password. Anyone who does not know that document and password will not be able to decode the target document. Cyphercard requires a PowerPC Macintosh and Hypercard 2.4.

File Name: data-protector.hqx (252 k)
Date: Jul 08, 1999
From: Hudson Barton Subject: DataProtector You may include this program anywhere. Keywords for placement in Infomac archives: security, encryption, password, privacy. Will work on any Mac. Requires at least OS 7.6 . The attached file is a full version of SecurePass. It is shareware ( $15.). Highwinds Trading Company (http://www.highwinds.com) is pleased to introduce SecurePass(tm), a desktop archiving utility for encrypted passwords and other security keys. SecurePass is shareware ($15. US). It is available via FTP at ftp://ftp.highwinds.com, and as an email attachment via autoresponder at mailto://1001-SecurePass.sit@ar.highwinds.com The purpose of SecurePass is: a. To give the networked professional maximum password and passkey protection (with strong encryption), in a flexible and simple environment where he memorizes just one password for access to all of his other passwords and encrypted keys. b. To allow the user to store these secure keys on the local disk rather than remove them to a "more secure" place (which is rarely as secure as one might imagine); also to allow multiple users to store SecureKeys on a shared computer without compromising their individual privacy. c. To provide incentives for the user to use longer and more complex passwords and security keys (inherently more secure). A random string generator is included, as well as a tool that transfers a stored password directly from SecurePass to the entry field where it is required. d. To remove the disincentives for the user to change his passwords regularly. Simplistic and unchanging passwords is perhaps the greatest security risk to today's networks. SecurePass allows the user to change them more often without the risk of forgetting them or having them become disorganized. Notes about the Cryptography The algorithms used by SecurePass are "SHA-1" for hashing and "Blowfish" for encryption. Both are very secure and well-known in the field of cryptography.

File Name: data-protector-mac.hqx (252 k)
Date: Jun 16, 1999
From: Hudson Barton Subject: DataProtector You may include this program anywhere. Keywords for placement in Infomac archives: security, encryption, password, privacy. Will work on any Mac. Requires at least OS 7.6 . The attached file is a full version of SecurePass. It is shareware ( $15.). Highwinds Trading Company (http://www.highwinds.com) is pleased to introduce SecurePass(tm), a desktop archiving utility for encrypted passwords and other security keys. SecurePass is shareware ($15. US). It is available via FTP at ftp://ftp.highwinds.com, and as an email attachment via autoresponder at mailto://1001-SecurePass.sit@ar.highwinds.com The purpose of SecurePass is: a. To give the networked professional maximum password and passkey protection (with strong encryption), in a flexible and simple environment where he memorizes just one password for access to all of his other passwords and encrypted keys. b. To allow the user to store these secure keys on the local disk rather than remove them to a "more secure" place (which is rarely as secure as one might imagine); also to allow multiple users to store SecureKeys on a shared computer without compromising their individual privacy. c. To provide incentives for the user to use longer and more complex passwords and security keys (inherently more secure). A random string generator is included, as well as a tool that transfers a stored password directly from SecurePass to the entry field where it is required. d. To remove the disincentives for the user to change his passwords regularly. Simplistic and unchanging passwords is perhaps the greatest security risk to today's networks. SecurePass allows the user to change them more often without the risk of forgetting them or having them become disorganized. Notes about the Cryptography The algorithms used by SecurePass are "SHA-1" for hashing and "Blowfish" for encryption. Both are very secure and well-known in the field of cryptography.

File Name: dd-expand-40.hqx (184 k)
Date: Dec 20, 1993
From: jtc1@cornell.edu (John T. Chapman) Subject: dd-expand-40.sea.hqx Date: Mon, 20 Dec 1993 14:54:56 -0500 --========================_15215632==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" >From the DiskDoubler 4.0 distribution disk. This is a self-extracting archive of the free DDExpand utility used to expand files compressed by AutoDoubler and DiskDoubler. The new version is required to expand files/archives compressed by DiskDoubler 4.0. Disclaimer: I have no relation to Symantec, Fifth Generation, or Salient, other than as a satisfied user of their products. --========================_15215632==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="DD_Expand.sea" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="DD_Expand.sea"

File Name: de-arj.hqx (24 k)
Date: Oct 02, 1993
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 93 22:21:54 PDT From: buccolm@CSOS.ORST.EDU (Arg0n) Subject: DeArj.sit.hqx DeArj.sit.hqx sould go in the /info-mac/util directory. DeArj is the fastest Arj decompressor on the mac. It is also the only one with a Mac interface. Arj is a compression format commonly used on IBMs.

File Name: decode-da-code-15.hqx (156 k)
Date: Dec 16, 2000
From: Lucius Kwok Subject: Decode da Code 1.5 Version 1.5 of Decode da Code adds two new options for handing filenames and post-processing. Decode da Code is an application which takes base64 and uuencoded binary file attachments commonly found on email and newsgroup postings, and decodes them into a more useful format. The new version adds an option to disable launching post-processing applications, and another option to truncate the extensions off of long filenames. Decode da Code is built for Mac OS X, and is a Carbon App, which means that you can use it in Mac OS X without having to run the Classic environment. Decode da Code Page - http://www.felttip.com/products/decode/

File Name: dehqx-201.hqx (40 k)
Date: Jul 31, 1993
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1993 11:37:45 +0800 From: Peter N Lewis Subject: util - DeHQX 2.0.1 DeHQX v2.0.1 is an application to decode BinHex 4.0 encoded documents. It will ignore all headers and comp.binaries.mac part seperators, handles multiple encoded documents in one file, or split across multiple files, decode files or folders of files. It runs happily in the background with little affect on foreground processes. Its not all that fast, so just drop the files on DeHQX and then ignore it and they will be magically decoded. This version corrects an incompatibility with AppleScript. Hopefully I haven't added any new bugs, I haven't looked at this code in years. I strongly recomend you look at StuffIt Expander if DeHQX is any use to you, since it does most of what DeHQX does, and a lot more (and its free too). DeHQX is free for any use (except you can't resell it). The source for DeHQX 2.0.0 is available, I haven't updated it because the changes were very minor. Enjoy, Peter. DeHQX v2.0.1, (C) 1991-93, Peter Lewis

File Name: dropbin.hqx (24 k)
Date: Dec 04, 1998
From: bill@catambay.com Subject: DropBin v1.5 DropBin is a slim and trim drag and drop binhexer application. Drop any file or files on the application, and they are automatically binhexed. A great utility for converting your binaries to binhex for uploading to web and FTP spaces. Bill Catambay Excalibur Software http://www.catambay.com/excalibur

File Name: easy-installer-10.hqx (20 k)
Date: Jun 28, 1996
From: (elliot smith) smithe@minot.com Subject: Easy Installer 1.0 This upload is to save you the time of creating the installer yourself and also to give you the idea. This self-installing archive installs control panels, extensions, preferences, etc. into the system folder, and can install stuff into root as well. It's not as refined or as idiot-proof as a Stuffit Installer Maker installer but it does work, is easier to create, and I believe Compact Pro is also cheaper. What it's good for: *Creating a product installer *ORGANIZING YOUR COLLECTION OF INITS AND CDEVS. The sysem folder is not a good place to keep anything you plan on keeping beyond the next system melt down. Put your inits/cdevs into this installer once and for all. Double click and they're installed. If you do use Compact Pro, please pay the [inexpensive] Compact Pro shareware fee. Note: I have nothing to do with Compact Pro - I'm just a satisfied user. May be included on the CD-ROM. It's freeware, but it requires the Compact Pro shareware program.

File Name: encode-scripts.hqx (20 k)
Date: Nov 26, 1997
From: poetink@inlink.com Subject: EncodeScripts.sit The EncodeScript package is a set of two AppleScript applets which will use StuffIt Deluxe 4.0 to either UUEncode or BinHex files without compressing the files. You must have StuffIt Deluxe in order to use these scripts. The EncodeScript package is free but copyright 1997 by Matthew W. Schmeer and Poetry Ink Productions. Please see the enclosed Read Me file for more information. We give our permission for this file to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM, with our usual stipulations. Thank you. Matthew W. Schmeer

File Name: extractor-121.hqx (28 k)
Date: Dec 20, 1994
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 94 23:34:31 EST From: DPETTIT@KENTVM.KENT.EDU Subject: Extractor 1.21; for Compact Pro files This is a upgrade of the copy in the archive.

File Name: extract-pc-102.hqx (48 k)
Date: Sep 23, 1995
From: Doug Pettit Subject: extractpc1.02 This is a slightly newer version of extractpc. This file is for extracting Compact Pro (.cpt) archives on IBMPC machines running DOS. Give it to your demented friends who use IBMPCs so they can extract archives created on your Mac!

File Name: ez-backup-10.hqx (36 k)
Date: Jun 03, 2002
From: Mitch Leung Subject: ezBackup.scpt 1.0 ezBackup.scpt 1.0 Description Here's an AppleScript droplet to compress files and folders with the unix utility "gnutar" which comes with the Apple Developer Tools. This script equals to manually typing "gnutar zcf" with Terminal. You can have a choice whether to add suffix or not. By default, the suffix is the date in yyyymmdd format. I build this script to save myself a few seconds every time I back up my files (which happens many times daily). This script is provided to you "AS IS" and the responsibility for its operation is yours.

File Name: five-ten-twenty.hqx (88 k)
Date: Jan 23, 1998
From: macandy@t-online.de Subject: five-ten-twenty.sea five-ten-twenty is a set of 3 compressed text files. they decompress itself to text files of exact size 5.000.000, 10.000.000 and 20.000.000 bytes containing only the character "x". Check your free space before decompressing! What it is good for network administrators may check the speed of their network by copying these files to and from file servers. count the seconds and divide! Distribution this set of files is email-ware! If you use it more than 3 times or if you need additional files of different size, send me an email, then I'm happy :-) best regards Andreas "macandy" Mueller, network administrator

File Name: fnsborf-127.hqx (24 k)
Date: Aug 14, 1998
From: cjk@flash.net Subject: FnsBorf 1.2.7 Encrypts any file using a random seed, and decrypts it using the exact same seed. Very useful if you want to encrypt a file you wish to e-mail a friend. New in this version: twice as fast and several times more useful, as it will encrypt any file, from gifs to applications. Chris Kartheiser cjk@flash.net.SPAMOFF Azimuth Software

File Name: hc-encrypt-10.hqx (16 k)
Date: Feb 11, 1996
From: Haakon Stoedle Subject: HC Encrypt 1.0 HC Encrypt offers an easy, but secure way of encrypting you files. It supports keys up to 255 letters, the encryption is case sensitive and file length is only restricted by memory (RAM).

File Name: hermes-10.hqx (1032 k)
Date: Mar 13, 2002
From: Anthony Subject: Hermes X 1.0 - Usenet batch autoposter for Thoth Welcome Hermes, a premium batch processor for posting binaries on Usenet. Based on AppleScript, it leverages the power of Thoth to fully automate this process. You supply the parameters and it does the work. This frees up your valuable time, all while providing greater protection from mistakes than when posting manually. Hermes is fully featured but simple to use. Posting with Hermes is as easy as posting directly with Thoth, but offers far greater control and flexibility. For example, Hermes will * Encrypt message with ROT-13 * Add random text to subject or message * Sort attachments in natural order * Post using pseudonyms * Set posting preferences while on-the-fly * Work with multiple copies of Thoth * Help manage the transfer Queue for Thoth * And more Hermes is shareware costing USD 10.00. The applet is fully functional and comes complete with documentation. Minimal Requirements Mac OS X 10.1.2 Thoth

File Name: hqxer-11.hqx (56 k)
Date: Nov 08, 1993
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 1993 17:28:23 -0800 (PST) From: John Stiles Subject: HQXer 1.1 HQXer 1.1: HQXer allows the user to encode and decode BinHex archives in the most efficient way possible. Utilizing System 7's Drag-and-Drop tech- nology along with high-speed caching and native 68000 optimization, HQXer takes BinHex archiving to the limits of the Macintosh itself. HQXer requires System 6.0.7 or later, and should be given out with every Internet account. And, it's only $10 shareware! Hope you like it... *Stiles ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- cut here ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- --

File Name: installer-observer.hqx (1024 k)
Date: Jul 01, 1999
Subject:Installer Observer From:Zachary Schneirov Installer Observer is a program designed to aid users in determining exactly what an Installer/Updater/Trojan Horse/Whatever has done to their system.

File Name: latest-pgp.hqx (20 k)
Date: Dec 05, 1995
From: Louis_Bergeron@UQAT.UQuebec.CA Subject: Info for latest PGP to archive

File Name: lha-expander-103.hqx (124 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1996
From: sekino@phys.wani.osaka-u.ac.jp (Masanori Sekino) Subject: LHA Expander 1.0.3 LHA Expander is a drag and drop utility for LHA file decompressing. LHA Expander can handle general LHA archives (.lzh, .lha, lzs), self extracting archives (.exe, .com, .x) and MacLHA archives (which was encoded in MacBinary format first, then compressed). System requirements: System 7.0 or lator Thanks, Masanori Sekino e-mail: I give permission for my program to be included on the Info-Mac CD-ROM.

File Name: mac-binary-101.hqx (28 k)
Date: Sep 10, 1992
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 1992 00:26:35 -0700 (PDT) From: Les Ferch Subject: Resubmission of Macbinary Date: Wed, 19 Apr 89 16:44 EDT From: Greg Smith This StuffIt archive contains the MacBinary application and a MacWrite document. Some methods of downloading MacBinary files (FTP to a Mac, for example) can only download to the data fork of the Macintosh file. The MacBinary program will translate such data files into their correct components (info,data,rsrc). There is an Upload feature to translate a Mac file into a MacBinary data file, suitable for uploading via FTP. The True MacBinary setting is for the case of catenating the three pieces of a MacBinary file on unix into one text file prior to downloading. With some versions of xbin and macget, the resulting forks on unix are not padded out to the 128 byte blocks that the MacBinary standard specifies. Turning True MacBinary off will handle this case. The MacBinary utility will only create True MacBinary II files for Uploading, regardless of the True MacBinary setting. The Delete after Download setting will delete the input data file after successfully translating it to a Macintosh file. This is version 1.0.1. Please feel free to post this package on other servers. It's freeware. +----------------------------+------------------------------------+ | Greg Smith | BITNET: smith@bucknell.bitnet | | Systems Analyst | smith@bknlvms.bitnet | | Bucknell Computer Services | INTERNET: smith@bucknell.edu | | Bucknell University | smith@coral.bucknell.edu | | Lewisburg, PA 17837 | AT&Tnet: (717) 524-1801 | +----------------------------+------------------------------------+

File Name: mac-binary-ii-plus-101.hqx (28 k)
Date: Mar 22, 1993
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1993 12:40:19 +0800 From: Peter N Lewis Subject: util - MacBinary II+ v1.0.1 _______________________________________________________________________ Peter N Lewis Ph: +61 9 368 2055 MacBinary II+ is a System 7 drag&drop converter for MacBinary files. It has no User Interface, simply drop a MacBinary file on it and it will be decoded, drop any other file or folder on it and it will be encoded. MacBinary II+ should be fully compatible with all current MacBinary encoders/decoders, and extends the format to include folder hierarchies (although no other decoder will be able to decode folder hierarchy MacBinary files created by MacBinary II+). Version 1.0.1 corrects a problem that stopped MacBinary II+ from recognizing MacBinary I files. I don't normally like posting such a minor change, but since I don't have any grand plans for the program anyway, and since the problem is fairly noticable, I decided to post this fixed version. MacBinary II+ should work on any System 7 Mac. If it doesn't, let me know. MacBinary II+ is free for any use. Hope its useful to someone, Peter. MacBinary II+ v1.0.1 Copyright 1992-93 Peter N Lewis

File Name: mac-gzip-111.hqx (280 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1997
From: MacSPD@ivo.cps.unizar.es Subject: MacGzip_FAT_1.1.1 MacGzip 1.1.1 FAT The application which you use to deal with those .gz files. This version fixes a couple of small bugs in 1.0 When the sunsets glow drifts away from you You'll no longer know if any of this was really true at all (The Cure) J.A. Gutierrez E. | finger spd@daphne.cps.unizar.es for PGP public key

File Name: mac-gzip-111-src.hqx (604 k)
Date: Jul 23, 1997
From: MacSPD@ivo.cps.unizar.es Subject: MacGzip 1.1.1 sources Source code for MacGzip 1.1.1 (C sources for Symantec C 8.0 and MW CW 11) -- When the sunsets glow drifts away from you You'll no longer know if any of this was really true at all (The Cure) J.A. Gutierrez E. | finger spd@daphne.cps.unizar.es for PGP public key

File Name: macgzip.hqx (8 k)
Date: Sep 25, 1998
From: jslater@cs.wright.edu Subject: Matlab_MacGzip_Scripts.sea The MacGzip package provides four files: the M-Files gunzip.m and gzip.m, and the AppleScripts gzip and mat2front. They are used to gzip and un-gzip files using MacGzip, the Macintosh version of gzip. MacGzip can be obtained from a number archive sites, including: http://hyperarchive.lcs.mit.edu/HyperArchive.html Examples of usage are given in the M-Files. This may be freely distributed as is. Joseph C. Slater jslater@cs.wright.edu

File Name: mac-lha-221.hqx (164 k)
Date: Jan 30, 1998
From: jb5t-mztn@asahi-net.or.jp Subject: MacLHA 2.21 MacLHA2.21 is the latest version of MacLHA, a freeware archiver. MacLHA can expand and create LHA format archives. LHA format files usually have suffix ".lzh". There are LHA archivers which work on MS-DOS, Windows, and UNIX, so you can use MacLHA to exchange datas from and to other platforms. This archive contains the archiver itself and Japanese and English document.

File Name: macrar-201.hqx (548 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1999
From: dufay@capway.com Subject: MacRAR 2.0.1, the RAR compressor for the Mac MacRAR is a RAR archiver for the Macintosh (RAR is a common compression format coming from PC with attractive compression rates and options). It allows to extract RAR archives or compress files (including Mac files using MacBinary III). MacRAR uses a modern Mac interface (Appearance Manager, Navigation Services, AppleScript, Drag'n Drop,...) but remains compatible with old Mac (newer than Mac SE) or System (greater than 7.0). The RAR implementation (i.e. MacRAR) is a freeware, however it uses RAR compression RAR which is a shareware. Then you should register MacRAR to http://www.rarsoft.com (it uses the same registration codes as WinRAR) in order to get all RAR options. A French version is also available at MacRAR home page http://www.capway.com/dufay This program can be be included on the commercially available CD-ROM of the archives and would fit very well in info-mac/_Compress_&_Translate/ Guillaume Dufay

File Name: mac-rot13.hqx (8 k)
Date: Mar 24, 1994
From: John Stiles Subject: MacROT13--a rot13 translator for Macintosh Date: Wed, 23 Mar 1994 20:35:08 -0800 (PST)

File Name: macucp-11-doc-english.hqx (44 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: chrisp@sax.sax.de Subject: macucp-11-doc-eng.hqx - English doc for MacUCP This is the documentation for MacUCP 1.1 in English. While the app is English only, the doc is available in both English and German language. If you want the German one, download macucp-11-doc-ger.hqx instead. Christoph "bIQHurgh" Pfisterer chrisp@sax.sax.de http://www.sax.de/~chrisp/

File Name: macucp-11-doc-ger.hqx (60 k)
Date: Mar 12, 1997
From: chrisp@sax.sax.de Subject: macucp-11-doc-ger.hqx - German doc for MacUCP This is the documentation for MacUCP 1.1 in German. While the app is English only, the doc is available in both English and German language. If you want the English one, download macucp-11-doc-eng.hqx instead. Christoph "bIQHurgh" Pfisterer chrisp@sax.sax.de http://www.sax.de/~chrisp/

File Name: mac-ucp-11-fat.hqx (512 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1997
From: chrisp@sax.sax.de Subject: macucp-11-fat.hqx - UUCP package for the Mac MacUCP is a UUCP package for the Macintosh. It allows your Mac to efficiently exchange files, e-mail and news with other computers, usually UNIX servers connected to the Internet. MacUCP is still no fully functional UUCP package. But the functionality required for leaf sites is there, so it will be useful to most of you out there.

File Name: mac-ucp-11.hqx (272 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1997
From: chrisp@sax.sax.de Subject: macucp-11-68k.hqx - UUCP package for the Mac MacUCP is a UUCP package for the Macintosh. It allows your Mac to efficiently exchange files, e-mail and news with other computers, usually UNIX servers connected to the Internet. MacUCP is still no fully functional UUCP package. But the functionality required for leaf sites is there, so it will be useful to most of you out there.

File Name: mac-ucp-11-ppc.hqx (320 k)
Date: Feb 14, 1997
From: chrisp@sax.sax.de Subject: macucp-11-ppc.hqx - UUCP package for the Mac MacUCP is a UUCP package for the Macintosh. It allows your Mac to efficiently exchange files, e-mail and news with other computers, usually UNIX servers connected to the Internet. MacUCP is still no fully functional UUCP package. But the functionality required for leaf sites is there, so it will be useful to most of you out there.

File Name: mac-unrar-11.hqx (112 k)
Date: Oct 08, 1997
From: dufay@inforoute.cgs.fr Subject: MacUnRAR MacUnRAR Fat v1.1, freeware, the first RAR archives extractor for the Macintosh. Based upon Eugene Roshal code (author of RAR and Unrar for PC and UNIX) with its authorization. Guillaume Dufay dufay@inforoute.cgs.fr

File Name: mac-uucode-105.hqx (28 k)
Date: Jan 28, 1995
Date: Fri, 27 Jan 95 18:44:14 EST From: DPETTIT@KENTVM.KENT.EDU Subject: Macuucode 1.05 Much better than UUtool but not as powerful as UULite. However it is freeware and provides the ability to add/strip linefeeds needed by some pc systems and programs. Douglas Pettit.....

File Name: mac-zip-104.hqx (392 k)
Date: Jan 30, 2000
From: Dirk Haase Subject: MacZip 1.04 final MacZip is a cross-platform compatible tool and includes both Zip (for compression) and Unzip (for extraction). zip is a compression and file packaging utility for Unix, VMS, MSDOS, OS/2, Windows NT, Minix, Atari and Macintosh, Amiga and Acorn RISC OS. Unzip unpacks zip archives. The zip and unzip programs can work with archives pro- duced by PKZIP, and PKZIP and PKUNZIP can work with archives produced by zip. zip version 2.2 is compatible with PKZIP 2.04. This port supports also Apple-event.So you can install it in your WWW-Browser as a helper-app. A additional apple event "do_cmd" gives you the full power of command-line invocation via applescript. If you have any problems/questions don't hesitate and send a email to me. Most important / features are: The complete set of macintosh finder-info is stored: FXinfo, Mac-Pathname, file-dates and Finder-Comments are now stored. It's possible to encrypt/decrypt archives. System requirements: MacZip requires at least System 7 and a Macintosh with a minimum of a Motorola 68020 or PowerPC 601 processor. Other configurations may work but it is not tested at all. The application is distributed as a fat binary with both regular 68K and native PowerPC versions included. For more information visit my Web page: Homepage: http://www.sitec.net/maczip/

File Name: maczip-10.hqx (620 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: d_haase@sitec.de Subject: MacZip final version 1.01 MacZip is a cross-platform compatible tool and includes both Zip (for compression) and Unzip (for extraction). zip is a compression and file packaging utility for Unix, VMS, MSDOS, OS/2, Windows NT, Minix, Atari and Macintosh, Amiga and Acorn RISC OS. Unzip unpacks zip archives. The zip and unzip programs can work with archives pro- duced by PKZIP, and PKZIP and PKUNZIP can work with archives produced by zip. zip version 2.2 is compatible with PKZIP 2.04. This port supports also Apple-event.So you can install it in your WWW-Browser as a helper-app. A additional apple event "do_cmd" gives you the full power of command-line invocation via applescript. Binaries/Sources can be also found at: http://www.sitec.net/maczip/download/ MacZip101c.hqx -> crypt version MacZip101nc.hqx -> non crypt version Size: 610Kbyte If you have any problems/questions don't hesitate and send a email to me. Most important / features are: The complete set of macintosh finder-info is stored: FXinfo, Mac-Pathname, file-dates and Finder-Comments are now stored. It's possible to encrypt/decrypt archives. System requirements: MacZip requires at least System 7 and a Macintosh with a minimum of a Motorola 68020 or PowerPC 601 processor. Other configurations may work but it is not tested at all. The application is distributed as a fat binary with both regular 68K and native PowerPC versions included. For more information visit my Web page: Homepage: http://www.sitec.net/maczip/ Thanks, Cheers Dirk Haase d_haase@sitec.de

File Name: now-compress-expander-101.hqx (124 k)
Date: Nov 08, 1993
From: yanjose@sfsuvax1.sfsu.edu (Joe Yan) Subject: [*] Now Compress Expander 1.0.1 Date: Sun, 7 Nov 93 12:03:03 PST Hello, Here is version 1.0.1 of Now Compress's expander program, for decompressing archives compressed by Now Compress. This is to replace version 1.0. yanjose@sfsuvax1.sfsu.edu

File Name: pacifist-16.hqx (1044 k)
Date: Oct 29, 2003
From: support@charlessoft.com Subject: Pacifist 1.6 Pacifist 1.6 is a shareware application that opens Mac OS X .pkg package files and allows you to extract individual files and folders out of them. This is useful, for instance, if an application which is installed by the operating system becomes damaged and needs to be reinstalled without the hassle of reinstalling all of Mac OS X (for example, if you had accidentally deleted Sherlock and wanted to reinstall it, but not the whole operating system). Pacifist is also able to verify existing installations and find missing or altered files*, and also has the ability to optimize your system's performance by updating prebinding information on your hard disk. *This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors. Changes in this version: - Compatibility with Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther) and its packages - Fixed some minor interface flaws - Small performance increases - Made the verify feature check the file size if the package does not specify a checksum - Fixed some bugs in extracting identical files from a package - Loading a package is now done in a separate thread - It is now possible to cancel loading of a package - Fixed a spurious disk-full error - Pacifist now notifies the Finder when it installs a file so that it will update immediately - Pacifist is now much smarter about dealing with situations when it is asked to extract files from a package on a disk that is no longer inserted

File Name: pkzip-203.hqx (156 k)
Date: Jan 27, 1998
From: brad@asizip.com Subject: pkzip-203 PKZIP Mac is an advanced data compression program for Macintosh systems running System 7 or higher. PKZIP Mac is compatible across many computer platforms, allowing you to transfer zipped files from one computer to another. While powerful, PKZIP Mac is easy to use. You can customize PKZIP Mac's settings with a variety of options. For example: use a faster compression method for speedier operations, use a higher compression ratio to save the most disk space, or use passwords to prevent unauthorized access to your most sensitive files. PKZIP Mac is a program for compressing data files. Compressed files take up less disk space. Compressed files are stored in a single Zip Archive. You could think of a Zip Archive file as an envelope for files. When a file is compressed, a copy of the file is placed into the Zip Archive. Putting files in a Zip Archive makes your file lists less confusing. Many files can be included in one Zip Archive.

File Name: privacy-encryption.hqx (72 k)
Date: May 05, 1993
Date: Wed, 05 May 1993 12:37:22 EDT From: "Paul D. Bain" Subject: [*] Privacy and Encryption Paper This is a paper I recently wrote for a legal seminar on Computers and the Law. The paper is entitled, "A Question of Informational Privacy: The Public Policies of Computer Encryption." The paper discusses: the relationship between the individual and the state; the evolution of a right to informational privacy from a general right to privacy; informational privacy and policing interests in computers; and computer encryption technologies--private-key (DES) and public-key (RSA) cryptography. The paper then applies the relevant public interests to computer encryption technologies. This is a Postcard file; it is a self-standing, read-only file and no application is necessary to read the file. (This BinHex file created by DownLine 1.1)

File Name: privacy-for-pals-15.hqx (92 k)
Date: Dec 22, 1993
From: bavogler@katya.acs.ilstu.edu (Benjamin A. Vogler) Subject: No Subject! Date: Tue, 21 Dec 93 16:41:30 CST --Use name: Privacy-for-Pals-15.hqx Privacy for Pals v1.5 by Matthew Koglin (c) 1993 PalWare, Ltd. PFP is an encryption system. It's former program, version 1, is replaced by a faster and better system. Version 1.5 adds: - 200 - 200$A@fB@peed encryption peed encryption - 150 - 150$A@fB@peed decryption peed decryption - Better Encryption (Harder to Decrypt) - Changing File Types of Encrypted Software - More User Friendly PFP is $3-$5 shareware. -----

File Name: pup-decryptor-20.hqx (16 k)
Date: Nov 03, 1993
Date: Wed, 3 Nov 1993 00:40:32 -0600 From: c526142@monad.missouri.edu (Kuang-Yu Liu) Subject: PUP decrypter --========================_8791030==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Hi, Here is PUP decrypter Version 2.0. Strange! Every once in a while somebody come up with this question. Goo luck. --========================_8791030==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="PUP=_Decryptor_v2.0.sit"

File Name: quick-encrypt-303.hqx (472 k)
Date: Feb 12, 1999
From: info@dejal.co.nz Subject: QuickEncrypt 3.0.3; a flexible and secure encryption utility. QuickEncrypt 3.0.3 Release 9; by David Sinclair. Drop a file on this application to quickly and securely encrypt it, or decrypt previously encrypted files. It supports two encryption formats; the original, and a new text-based one. Supports self-decrypting archives, so you can send encrypted data to another user without them needing to have QuickEncrypt. It is very configurable and has many features, including support for files of an unlimited length, multiple worksets, user-controlled password limitations, default passwords, automatic encryption and/or decryption, verification of validity, the option of a standard source folder and various destination options, opening files once decrypted (via AppleEvents), and more. Shareware, US$25. You can register via e-mail using your credit card: . The latest version can be obtained from the Dejal Userware web pages: Requires Mac OS 7.0 or later; compatible with Mac OS 8. QuickEncrypt 3.0.3 fixes two rare but important bugs: o Traced and fixed bug where the validity checksum wasn't being generated correctly, due to an obscure bug in a mathematical function of development environment. (Specifically, Abs(-128) was returning -128 instead of 128 as it should.) Thanks to Jean-Luc Warin and Paolo Matteucci for reporting this bug. o Fixed bug where an archive would be reported as incomplete when a folder containing an encrypted file as the last item processed is encrypted. Thanks to W. Pasman for reporting this bug.

File Name: secure-pass-10.hqx (912 k)
Date: Jun 04, 1999
From: hhbv@expand.com Subject: SecurePass 1.0 SecurePass is a desktop archiving utility for passwords and other security keys. Using top-quality encryption, your keys are kept in one place, under one password. Includes tools to generate new random passwords and to easily transfer passwords to secured services. Made for the network professional who has multiple security systems to maintain. Developer: Highwinds Trading Company URL: http://www.highwinds.com/products.html email: mailto://support@highwinds.com cost: $15 shareware requirements: OS 7.6 or better

File Name: sit-expand-101.hqx (32 k)
Date: Jan 21, 1991
Date: Sat, 19 Jan 91 11:52:52 EST From: phssra@emoryu1.cc.emory.edu (Scott R. Anderson) Subject: SitExpand 1.00 SitExpand 1.01 is a freeware utility to decompress StuffIt 1.5.1 archives (those with file type SIT! -- it doesn't work with the SITD files produced by StuffIt Deluxe and StuffIt Classic). It is written by Bill Goodman, the author of Compactor. It has the same creator type as StuffIt, which allows it to automatically open when such an archive is double-clicked (but it should then only be used if you *don't* have StuffIt, which is a shareware product). This program is small enough to run in 512K of memory, but if you don't have the Hierarchical File System (HFS), you will need to install the HD20 INIT in your System folder. This can usually be obtained from Macintosh user groups or >From on-line services such as Compuserve. * * ** Scott Robert Anderson gatech!emoryu1!phssra * * * ** phssra@unix.cc.emory.edu phssra@emoryu1.bitnet * * * * * ** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

File Name: smart-zip-101.hqx (376 k)
Date: Oct 04, 1999
From: marco@spiderlink.it Subject: SmartZip 1.0.1 SmartZip: "the most powerful and easy to use ZIP compressor for the MacOS". SmartZip is a MacOS application designed to be the simplest and most efficient way to manage ZIP files. You can automatically compress files (or entire folders) by dragging them onto SmartZip and in the same way you can easily expand ZIP files. SmartZip is fully compatible with WinZip for Windows and it is designed to save ALL the unique MacOS information about Macintosh files and folders, so the integrity of the MacOS files are preserved when the ZIP file is managed by a PC computer. Marco Bambini Vampire Software http://www.vampiresoft.com

File Name: space-saver-update-501.hqx (188 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: Peter Thomas Subject: Space Saver Update 5.0.1 This installation will update the ~StuffIt SpaceSaver(tm) 5.0 control panel to version 5.0.1. StuffIt SpaceSaver 5.0.1 fixes a bug that prevented some applications from being able to Save files correctly when SpaceSaver 5.0 was installed. Regarding StuffIt SpaceSaver(tm): Aladdin Systems does not recommend the use of StuffIt SpaceSaver with Mac OS(r) 8.0 or higher.

File Name: stuff-and-hex-10.hqx (24 k)
Date: Jan 24, 1994
From: Chris Owen Subject: Stuff and Hex 1.0 Date: Mon, 24 Jan 1994 08:00:47 -0400 (EST) This application REQUIRES the Stuffit Engine=AA which is part of the Stuffi= t Deluxe=AA Stuffit SpaceSaver=AA and SITcomm=AA packages.=20 This application is just a quick (15 minute) hack that I did for my own use and then cleaned up a little for distribution. The purpose of the application is to first comress and then binhex files for electronic distribution. It is intended to be used as a drag and drop application.=20 You can use it to choose files, but not folders, from the 'File' menu. After I had written this it turned out that Drop=A5Stuff (also part of Stuffit Deluxe=AA package) also does this (I always use Magic Menu rather than Drop=A5Stuff). I decided to go ahead and distribute it because lots o= f people have the Stuffit Engine as part of Stuffit SpaceSaver=AA and SITcomm=AA, but don't have Drop=A5Stuff.=20 Chris Owen owen-christopher@yale.edu

File Name: stuffit-binhexer-10-as.hqx (8 k)
Date: Aug 18, 1997
From: g.giusti@area.it Subject: Stuffit Binhexer 1.0 AS Drag&Drop Binhexer for Stuffit Deluxe 4.0. By Giovanni Giusti Needs Stuffit Deluxe 4.0. Drag a file over it and Stuffit will Binhex it. Duel S.p.A. Via G. Dandini, 15 00154 Roma (ITALY) Tel. ++39-6-5743826 Fax ++39-6-5759368 e-mail

File Name: stuffit-deluxe-51-updater.hqx (3972 k)
Date: Jun 04, 1999
Subject:Stuffit Deluxe 5.1 Updater Welcome to the StuffIt Deluxe 5.1 Updater This updater will replace several components installed by StuffIt Deluxe 5.0, 5.0.1, or 5.0.2. This update provides new versions of the following components: StuffIt Deluxe application (v5.1.2), StuffIt Engine (v5.1.2), StuffIt Engine PowerPlug (v5.1.2), DropStuff (v5.1), StuffIt Expander (v5.1.2), Aladdin Compression control panel (v5.1.1). Each of these parts has been significantly improved to provide greater stability and speed.

File Name: stuffit-deluxe-update-515.hqx (6000 k)
Date: Nov 17, 1999
From: Peter Thomas Subject: Stuffit Deluxe 5.1.5 Update Send Files Faster, Access Virtually Anything! The award-winning, industry-standard StuffIt Deluxe makes your files smaller, so they transmit faster wherever they're going, whether it's across the office or around the world. Plus, you'll get more onto a hard drive, Zip(r) disk or any type of storage media. And with the most comprehensive array of translators and decoders available, StuffIt Deluxe makes exchanging files with other Macs, PCs or Unix-based computers easy! StuffIt Deluxe 5.1.5 is a free Mac OS(r) 9 compatible update.

File Name: stuffIt-lite-36.hqx (852 k)
Date: Nov 19, 1999

File Name: stuffIt-lite-65.hqx (8440 k)
Date: Nov 06, 2001
From: Aladdin Systems Public Relations Subject: StuffIt Lite (classic) 6.5 Installer Requirements: Mac OS 8.1 or later, PowerPC processor License: Shareware Description: StuffIt Lite combines all four of Aladdin's award-winning, drag-and-drop access and compression utilities into one convenient package. StuffIt Lite includes free StuffIt Expander(tm), along with the DropStuff (tm), DropZip (tm) and DropTar (tm) shareware utilities.

File Name: stuffIt-lite-65-osx.hqx (6772 k)
Date: Nov 06, 2001
From: Aladdin Systems Public Relations Subject: StuffIt Lite (OS X) 6.5 Installer Requirements: Mac OS X, PowerPC processor License: Shareware Description: StuffIt Lite combines all four of Aladdin's award-winning, drag-and-drop access and compression utilities into one convenient package. StuffIt Lite includes free StuffIt Expander(tm), along with the DropStuff (tm), DropZip (tm) and DropTar (tm) shareware utilities.

File Name: stuffit-lite-scripts-as.hqx (32 k)
Date: Nov 04, 1993
From: macmod (Info-Mac Moderator) Date: Thu, 4 Nov 93 10:32:36 PST (5.65c/IDA-1.4.4 for ); Thu, 4 Nov 1993 18:56:12 +0100 Subject: StuffIt AppleScripts.sit.hqx To: info-mac@sumex-aim.stanford.edu From: Reinder Verlinde Date: Thu, 4 Nov 93 18:57:35 +0100 Message-Id: These are three AppleScripts for use with StuffIt Lite". `StuffIt compress` compresses files dropped onto it. Each item dropped is compressed into its own StuffIt archive and deleted afterwards. `StuffIt archive` compresses files dropped onto it. All items dropped onto it are compressed into a single StuffIt archive and deleted afterwards. `Add to sit Archive` adds items dropped onto it to a user-selectable StuffIt archive. Double-click the applet to select which archive it will add to and to specify whether items dropped onto it must be deleted after compression. These scripts are freeware, but C1993 by Reinder Verlinde. Permission to distribute this on the Infomac CD Rom and on the Arizona Macintosh User Group CD Rom is hereby given. Reinder Verlinde (reinder@neuretv.biol.ruu.nl)

File Name: stuffIt-pack-for-4d.hqx (64 k)
Date: Feb 29, 2000
From: Kurgan Subject: StuffIt Pack for 4D StuffIt Pack is a free and simple external plug-in for 4th Dimension that allows the use of the StuffIt Engine directly in the 4th Dimension language. Enjoy Kurgan

File Name: stuffIt-sdk-512.hqx (4368 k)
Date: Sep 21, 1999
From: eric@aladdinsys.com Subject: StuffIt Engine SDK 5.1.2 We've made it easy to add the latest StuffIt compression and decompression technology to your applications. Plus you can add all of the other file formats commonly found on the Internet. It's all found in one application programming interface (API) to make it even more convenient for you. With version 5.1.2 of the SDK you get the very latest StuffIt Engine technology plus a whole lot more: * Multi-Lingual. All strings are stored in Unicode, lending files to better cross-platform capabilities. * Multi-Platform. All OS file information is saved, translated and restored, regardless of the source or target platform (Macintosh, Windows or Unix). * Save and restore item comments on Macintosh files and folders. * Choice of compression methods. Choose between Fastest and Maximum, Fastest allows 20 0.000000aster compression and Maximum compresses files up to 15-20 compresses files up to 15-20$D@H@maller. maller. * Updated MIME translation. * Creates and decodes the new MacBinary III file format. * Full HFS+ support on the Macintosh with correct translation of creation and modification dates. Macintosh file comments are also saved and restored. * No limits. No archive file size or number limits * ShrinkWrap. Ability to mount disk images using Aladdin's ShrinkWrap(tm) technology * PrivateFile and Lha archives. Includes ability to decode Private File(tm) and Lha Archives One Application Programming Interface (API) The single API makes it easy to include all of these file formats or just the ones you really want. * StuffIt compression and decompression * ZIP decompression * BinHex decoding * MacBinary decoding * UUcode decoding * ARC decompression * GZIP decompression * Unix Compress decompression * AppleLink Package decompression * Compact Pro decompression * Mounting ShrinkWrap disk images * Private File and Lha decoding

File Name: stuffit-sea-patches.hqx (80 k)
Date: Aug 30, 1996
From: (Tom Kroening) tkroenin@earth.inwave.com Subject: Stuffit sea patches This is a simple little patch i made with ResCompare.What it does is it takes out the opening and closing windows on stuffit4.0 self extracting archive. No more clicking continue and no more hitting quit (it also eliminates the beep at the end) use this how you want. I have also included a patch that puts it back in. Have fun, and one more thing, i am not responsible for any loss of infomation. Use this at your own risk. I use it myself nd have had no problems. works fine on password encrypted sea's too.

File Name: suffit-10.hqx (492 k)
Date: Feb 06, 2001
From: Stefano Marucci Subject: Suffit 1.0 Suffit is a DOS/Windows file suffix manager for Macintosh. It simply adds suffix to the file names based on the Mac Creator/Type, so, you don1t have to put the suffix manually and to look at the file to check if it1s in EPS or TIFF to add the right suffix. This is a time-saving feature for everyone exchanging files between Mac and PC. Manuals in english and italian are included Program is freeware

File Name: suntar-223.hqx (464 k)
Date: May 11, 2001
From: Sauro.Speranza@comune.bologna.it Subject: Suntar 2.2.3 This is version 2.2.3 of suntar, the freeware tar utility for the Macintosh. It should replace the previous version 2.2.2.

File Name: tar-40b.hqx (44 k)
Date: Feb 03, 1994
From: cruff@niwot.scd.ucar.EDU (Craig Ruff) Subject: Tar 4.0b Date: Thu, 3 Feb 94 08:42:06 -0700 This is tar for the Macintosh version 4.0b. It contains rudimentary support for SCSI tape drives and some other fixes (see included manual). I am no longer going to make changes or enhancements to tar. Feel free to take the source (in a separate file) and modify to suit your needs. Craig Ruff (cruff@ncar.ucar.edu)

File Name: tiny-cipher.hqx (340 k)
Date: Sep 11, 1998
From: daggilli@vader.eeng.brad.ac.uk Subject: Tiny Cipher 1.4.1 Please find attached a BinHex archive of Tiny Cipher 1.4.1. This is a bug fix upgrade to Tiny Cipher 1.4 which removes the dependency on the NavigationLib shared library used with the new Navigation Services. It completely supercedes version 1.4

File Name: unstuffit-307.hqx (124 k)
Date: Sep 30, 1993
From macmod Thu Sep 30 09:07:07 1993 Date: Wed, 29 Sep 93 19:42:49 -0700 From: leonardr@netcom.com (Leonard Rosenthol) Subject: UnStuffIt 3.0.7 This self-extracting archive contains UnStuffIt 3.0.7, a freeware application from Aladdin Systems. UnStuffIt joins segments & expands archives from StuffIt versions 1.5.1 to 3.0.7. It can also expand StuffIt SpaceSaver files, without SpaceSaver being present. UnStuffIt is ONLY for users who send SpaceSaver files or StuffIt segmented files to people who do not have StuffIt. To only unstuff files found online, download StuffIt Expander instead. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Leonard Rosenthol Internet: leonardr@netcom.com Director of Advanced Technology AppleLink: MACgician Aladdin Systems, Inc. GEnie: MACgician

File Name: unstuff-msdos.hqx (136 k)
Date: Mar 15, 1993
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 93 16:24:11 CST From: C526142@MIZZOU1.missouri.edu Subject: StuffIt--UnStuff/PC.EXE submission Hi, I just got my registered copy of StuffIt Lite 3.0.5. Inside the disk there are a few goodies besides StuffIt Lite and StuffIt Expander like StuffIt & Frontier, CPT2SIT(3.0.3), UnStuff/PC. The last two pieces are not in the Info-Mac archive as I checked on Mar. 15 '93. So here is the submission for the second one, UnStuff/PC in binhexed, (StuffIt) self-extracted format. The following is from "ReadMe on Macintosh". > "UNSITINS.EXE" is a DOS executable self-extracting archive that contains > UNSTUFF.EXE. You will need to move "UNSITINS.EXE" to a DOS machine. Now you > can send StuffIt archives to your friends who use DOS compatible machines! > UNSTUFF.EXE enables users of DOS compatible machines to extract files and > folders from StuffIt archives from 1.5.1 to 3.0. Regards, Liu

File Name: un-zip-512.hqx (80 k)
Date: Jan 26, 1996
From: dpettit@Phoenix.kent.edu (Douglas Pettit) Subject: Unzip5.12

File Name: uu-cat-10.hqx (48 k)
Date: Aug 29, 1992
From: agoates@nyx.cs.du.edu (Alan Goates) Subject: UUCat 1.1 Organization: University of Denver, Dept. of Math & Comp. Sci. Date: Fri, 28 Aug 92 04:39:04 GMT UUCat 1.1 is a uuencoded file concatenation and verification utility. Version 1.1 adds smarter verification and recognition of text as well as fixes a few bugs.

File Name: uucd-25.hqx (112 k)
Date: Oct 20, 1998
From: riff@pobox.com Subject: uucd 2.5 submission uucd 2.5.5 - uu/base64 decoder uucd 2.5 is now disk-based, now saves files at the same place than their sources, and better handles some base64-lifeforms. http://www.pobox.com/~riff/shareware/uucd/index.html

File Name: uu-copy-beta.hqx (108 k)
Date: Jun 16, 1994
From: larrypPovid@bts.com (Larry Pearlstein) Subject: UUCOPY beta Date: Thu, 16 Jun 94 12:19 EDT --========================_14101260==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Attached is a beta (alpha really) version of my program UUCOPY. It is hopefully a fat binary - that is - it should run natively on both Power Macs and classical Macs. I HAVE ONLY TESTED THIS SOFTWARE ON A POWER MAC! Yes, I recognize that this program will rarely benefit by the Power Mac's muscle, but I feel like it's a good thing to get into the habit of producing PM native code. UUCOPY is intended to allow the user to select files for transfer via the Mac version of UUPC. The first time UUCOPY is run the user is prompted to locate the UUPC settings file. This file path is stored in a Preferences file in the System folder. The user can choose any or all of the systems defined in the UUPC ROUTEVIA field as destinations through a dialog box. The selected destinations are saved in the Preferences file on exit for convenience. NOTE WELL that UUCOPY only copies data forks -- it is currently your responsibility to make sure that the information that you want to transfer is all in the data fork. For normal Mac files you may want to use BinHex or MacBinary formats. If there is sufficient interest, I'll integrate MacBinary conversion into UUCOPY. UUCOPY requires System 7. Please send bug reports and comments to: Larry Pearlstein larrypPovid@bts.com Best wishes, Larry --========================_14101260==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="uucopy" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="uucopy"

File Name: uu-tool-24.hqx (92 k)
Date: Jun 17, 1995
From: mwieser@acs.ucalgary.ca Date: Sat, 17 Jun 1995 15:51:48 -0600 Subject: UUTool-FAT(2.4) UUTool-FAT is the final version of UUTool; it has been tested and seems to work very, very well. UUTool 2.4 is accelerated for PowerMacintosh, has the segment and join sped up, accepts core AppleEvents, and improved balloon help. UUTool is freeware. For those who don't know UUTool, it allows fast encoding, decoding of uu-coded files, translation between UNIX and Mac. audio formats, and robust text segment/join facilities.

File Name: uu-undo-10.hqx (64 k)
Date: Nov 08, 1994
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 1994 16:38:18 -0500 From: giles@med.cornell.edu (Aaron Giles) Subject: uuUndo 1.0 --========================_11327733==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" This is the first official release of uuUndo, a fast, free batch uudecoding utility for the Macintosh. Although uuUndo was originally designed to work with John Norstad's NewsWatcher, it does quite nicely in its own right as a standalone drag and drop smart uudecoder. uuUndo is shipped as a fat binary, running incredibly quickly on PowerPC machines, and makes full use of asynchronous I/O to ensure smooth operation in the background. Because it is based on Leonard Rosenthal's DropShell code, uuUndo is also fully scriptable and recordable. uuUndo requires System 7. If you find any bugs or have any comments, please email me at giles@med.cornell.edu. Thank you. --========================_11327733==_ Content-Type: application/mac-binhex40; name="uuundo10.sit" Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="uuundo10.sit"

File Name: ya-decoder-301.hqx (204 k)
Date: Oct 31, 1999
From: Brian Clark Subject: YA-Decoder 3.0.1 YA-Decoder is a simple droplet designed to decode MIME Base64 (including AppleSingle and AppleDouble), BinHex, MacBinary (including MacBinary III), and uuencoded files that are dropped upon it. It is intended primarily as a helper application for decoding usenet binary attachments for newsreaders that don't have a built-in decoder. It easily handles multiple attachments per post and posts that have erroneously been encoded multiple times. YA-Decoder is $15 shareware. Version 3.0.1 is a free upgrade to anyone who paid to register earlier versions of YA-Decoder. YA-Decoder 3.0.1 requires System 8.5 or later and Internet Config 2.0 is strongly recommended for proper operation. The older YA-Decoder 2.4.1 remains available for people using older system software. Version 3.0 adds the ability to decode multi-part binary attachments that have been saved to individual files instead of being concatenated into a single file. It also allows non-encoded files that have been segmented to be recombined. A dialog in YA-Decoder allows the parts to be reordered prior to decoding or recombination so that they don't. Version 3.0.1 fixes a problem with very slow decoding that occurred on a few systems.

File Name: zip-it-14.hqx (900 k)
Date: Sep 27, 1999
From: support@maczipit.com Subject: ZipIt 1.4 ZipIt 1.4 is a full-featured Macintosh utility to zip and unzip files. ZipIt allows you to compress files and send them to friends and coworkers working on PCs, Unix machines, or any other platform where the zip compression format is standard, and to unzip any zip file as well. ZipIt is fully compatible with all versions of PKZip, WinZip, and Info-Zip. In addition, ZipIt allows you to compress Macintosh files without losing essential Macintosh data. In version 1.4, ZipIt is smarter about which files are Macintosh files, and which are not, allowing you to easily transmit zip files to Mac and PC colleagues with no extra hassle. ZipIt version 1.4 also adds the ability to create self-extracting zip archives that will operate either on a Mac or a PC running Windows. Now you don't have to worry about whether or not the person you're sending your zip file to has an unzipping program. If you specify that the archive should be self-extracting, then the recipient merely double-clicks on the archive, and it will unzip itself. ZipIt is fully AppleScriptable, meaning that you can automate its operation and perform complex and repetitive archival tasks. Version 1.4 significantly enhances ZipIt's AppleScript capabilities. ZipIt is $15 shareware. The ZipIt web site may be found at http://www.maczipit.com. ZipIt may be included on CD-ROM shareware collections, provided that the CD-ROM is not sold for profit, beyond a distribution or compilation charge. ZipIt may also be included on CD-ROMs that accompany a technical book or publication.

File Name: zip-unzip-for-mac-100b.hqx (396 k)
Date: Sep 04, 1998
From: d_haase@sitec.de Subject: MacZip 1.00 I have just finished beta 5 of MacZip. This is the new port of the fine Info-Zip's Zip and Unzip. The GUI is very simple. It was not my intension to make a fullblown GUI, however I think it's comfortable enough to use it as regular tool. This port supports also Apple-event.So you can install it in your WWW-Browser as a helper-app. Binaries/Sources can be also found at: http://www.sitec.net/maczip/download/ MacZip100b5C.hqx -> crypt version MacZip100b5NC.hqx -> non crypt version I think I'm very close to a final release of MacZip 1.00. If you have any problems/questions don't hesitate and send a email to me. Most important / features are: The complete set of macintosh finder-info is stored: FXinfo, Mac-Pathname, file-dates and Finder-Comments are now stored in the extra-field. Extra-field layout is changed accordingly. Unzip uses now the filename stored in the extra-field when unzipping. Crypt-code added. It's now possible to encrypt/decrypt archives. It's now possible to stop the run of Zip/Unzip with the well known shortcut [Command] + [.] System requirements: * System 7 * any Macintosh For more information visit my Web page: Homepage: http://www.sitec.net/maczip/ Thanks, Cheers Dirk Haase d_haase@sitec.de


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