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uuIn and uuOut
Nicolas Dade / email@example.com (me)
Both uuIn and uuOut are very rapid uuencode/decoders. They beat
anything currently available on aminet by a good margin, especially on
The usual set of features are supported, along with automatic file
splitting for the encoder and automatic non-data lines stripping for the
decoder (things like e-mail or net-news headers, personal comments, etc).
Both programs are pure so that they may be made resident.
A uuencoding utility is used to prepare binary files for transmission
over text-only channels like e-mail and net-news. Each triplet of bytes is
replaced by four ASCII characters, producing a file that looks like a lot
of uppercase and punctuation garbage. A uudecoder can then decode this
ASCII into the original binary file. Check out the *.binary.* newsgroups
for examples of uuencoded files.
Workbench 2.04 or higher is all that is required.
Any aminet site. For example, ftp.wustl.edu (18.104.22.168).
uuInOut101.lha (12.5 K)
It's free, free, free.
The whole package is copyright (c) 1993 by Nicolas Dade. All
Rights Reserved. Permission is granted for non-commercial
duplication and distribution, and for distribution by BBSs which
do not charge for downloads, and for distribution in disk
collections which charge a nominal fee per disk. It is not