Here are a few things that you might be interested in:
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I'm maintaining the rsync file transfer program. This program comes installed on most modern Linux/BSD/MacOS/etc. systems, so chances are you may already have it.
If you're interested in how unencrypted .rb files are put together, see this page on the format of the .rb file.
I also have some older scripts for modifying Baen WebScription eBooks. These scripts aren't really needed these days, though, so they only really have historical value (if any at all).
I've enjoyed eating foods lower in refined carbohydrates for the last 10 years (or so). If you'd like some eating ideas, see my low-carb eating page.
Trn now has a project on sourceforge.net. Visit trn's new home page for more details.
Feel free to grab the latest tar file or to check out the various patch files (which include release notes at the start of the diffs). I've created PGP signatures of the latest releases that you can use to verify the copy's validity by using my PGP signature.
Also, there's a new FAQ list that I just created. Feel free to email me some questions that you think should be included in the FAQ.
The trn tar file:
Some trn patch files:
Also, please subscribe to ONE of the trn mailing lists:
If you want to reach just me, send mail to . I often get slow at responding to my trn mail when I get busy -- sorry.
There's some on-line documentation available (type 'h'), including sample files of some of the really new things.
Don't forget to check out the option selector (type '&' RETURN) because most of the new features are controlled this way now.
If you want to play with the Tk enhancement, see the README file in the support/tk subdirectory and cross link the executable to the name "tktrn" to get it to run.