Date: Sun, 14 Feb 1999 17:13:53 +0100 (CET) From: Martin Konold <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: ANNOUNCE: New kpv related mailing list Hi there, due to excellent work of Paulo Castro <firstname.lastname@example.org> kpv (KPackViewer) is becoming more and more popular. KPackViewer is a very simple utility that try to add a little help to System Administrators in the task of package administration. It is growing fast trying to be a useful package viewer, and a useful package extraction tool with some converting capabilities using Alien. KPV works with Slackware, RPM (.rpm) (RedHat, SuSE,...) and Debian (.deb) Packages but it also works with Zip (.zip), TarGZip (.tar.gz, .tgz, .tar.Z), TarBZip2 (.tar.bz2), LHA (.lzh, .lha), GZIP (.Z, .gz) and now KPV works also with ARJ (.arj) files... More about KPackViewer can be found on: http://www.momentus.com.br/users/hook/kpackviewer.html In order to make the communication between developers and users of kpv easier we have established a kpv mailing list. Initially everyone who has sent Paulo their email addresses got appended to the distribution list. This is the latest LSM: Begin3 Title: KPackViewer Version: 0.50 Entered-date: 13FEB99 Description: Package Viewer / Extractor / Converter with TreeView Works with: Slack, RPM, Debian, Zip, TarGZip, TarBZip2, Lha, Arj Fully Integrated with KDE Desktop, Drag and Drop, DefaultApp... Fully Search capable, including searches inside compressed packs. Group Vision Oriented including HTML formatted views. http://www.momentus.com.br/users/hook/kpackviewer.html Keywords: kde slackware rpm debian zip gzip lha arj package viewer extract convert Author: <email@example.com> Paulo Castro Maintained-by: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Paulo Castro Primary-site: http://whttp://www.momentus.com.br/users/hook/kpackviewer-0.50.tar.gz Platforms: KDE(1.0) QT(1.4) Copying-policy: Troll QPL / GNU General Public License End Yours, -- martin // Martin Konold, Herrenbergerstr. 14, 72070 Tuebingen, Germany // // Email: email@example.com // Anybody who's comfortable using KDE should use it. Anyone who wants to tell other people what they should be using can go to work for Microsoft.