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1) What is freeWAIS-sf? 
  1.1) What does 'stemming' mean? 
  1.2) What does 'soundex' mean? 
2) Where to get ... 
  2.1) Most of the ftp accessable Stuff is mirrored on different 
  2.2) Where can I get this list (freeWAIS-sf-faq) 
  2.3) Where can I get the comp.infosystems.wais FAQ 
  2.4) What is the current Version of freeWAIS-sf? 
  2.5) Where can I get some Documentation? 
  2.6) Where can i get examples of this $#@ format files? 
3) Is there ...? 
  3.1) Is there and Emacs client for freeWAIS-sf? 
  3.2) Is there an X11 client for freeWAIS-sf 
  3.3) Does the X client compile with X11R6 
  3.4) Is there a WWW gateway dedicated for usage with freeWAIS-sf? 
4) Can I ... 
  4.1) How must a field name look like? 
5) How can I ... 
  5.1) How can I index index mails? 
  5.2) How can I index HTML entities? 
  5.3) How can I force 'c++' to appear in the index? 
  5.4) How can I index HTML files? 
  5.5) How can I index my http server? 
  5.6) How can I index my ftp server? 
  5.7) How to remove a file from index ? 
  5.8) How should I maintain WAIS indexes? 
  5.9) How can I search for the date specified in the layout. 
6) Trouble ... 
  6.1) waisindex dumps core when it reads more than 20 filenames from 
  stdin. 
  6.2) Hey, is directory-of-servers at quake.think.com down or what? 
  6.3) Compilation of the ctype directory does not work! 
  6.4) warning: couldn't open database.syn -translation disabled. 
7) Does freeWAIS-sf run on .... 
8) Does freeWAIS-sf work with ... 
  8.1) Can i use other wais clients to query a freeWAIS-sf server? 
  8.2) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with gopher? 
  8.3) Gopher Error: Nothing Available! 
  8.4) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with Mosaic? 
  8.5) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with the cern httpd? 
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Subject: 1) What is freeWAIS-sf?

  1.1) What does 'stemming' mean? 
  1.2) What does 'soundex' mean?

  FreeWAIS-sf is an extension of the 
  freeWAIS software provided by the the Clearinghouse for Networked 
  Information Discovery and Retrieval (CNIDR). The SF suffix in the 
  software name stands for ▀tructured fields," an indexing and search 
  feature which distinguishes this software from its predecessors. 

    It is based on the version 0.202 of this software but includes and 
    enhances much of what freeWAIS-0.3 contains. 

    Major extensions of FreeWAIS-sf include: 

          Introduction of text, date, and numeric field structures 
          within a document, which allows a document to be indexed 
          using potentially overlapping fields. 

          Support for complex Boolean searches (a query parser is 
          integrated in the server). 

          Stemming and phonetic coding may be switched on and off for 
          each individual field. 

          Definition of document format and layout of the headlines are 
          now configurable by a new specification language based on 
          regular expressions. No C-code must be written to index new 
          document types. 

          Installation procedure now just requires running a sh script 
          and answering simple questions. The script is generated using 
          the GNU autoconf utility. No Makefile sets for individual 
          systems are necessary. For development purposes, additional 
          Imakefiles are provided since the Makefiles do not contain 
          dependencies 

          Support for country specific character sets (8-Bit) 

          Lots of bug fixes. 

    All changes are restricted to the indexer and server to allow 
    existing clients to query FreeWAIS-sf databases. Document types 
    contained in the original distribution remain intact. You can use 
    FreeWAIS-sf as you would use original freeWAIS or take advantage of 
    its enhanced features. 


Subject: 1.1) What does 'stemming' mean? Stemming in a field means, that every word is reduced to its word stemm, before it is added to or search in the index. This way 'computer', 'computing' and 'computers' are treated identically.
Subject: 1.2) What does 'soundex' mean? Like stemming, every word is mapped to its soundex code before added to or search in the index. Equal or similar sounding words are treated as if they were identical.
Subject: 2) Where to get ... 2.1) Most of the ftp accessable Stuff is mirrored on different 2.2) Where can I get this list (freeWAIS-sf-faq) 2.3) Where can I get the comp.infosystems.wais FAQ 2.4) What is the current Version of freeWAIS-sf? 2.5) Where can I get some Documentation? 2.6) Where can i get examples of this $#@ format files?
Subject: 2.1) Most of the ftp accessable Stuff is mirrored on different sites. Please check archie or one of the sites below. The load on our server is growing out of bounds. We had to close it for the public - for the big files at least. Since all Packets are routed over the EUnet site, it will be faster to get the stuff from there as from ls6-www. ftp.maxwell.syr.edu /infosystems/wais/FreeWAIS-sf/freeWAIS-sf-2.0/ ftp.germany.eu.net /pub/infosystems/wais/Unido-LS6/freeWAIS-sf-2.0/ ftp.switch.ch /mirror/wais/servers/sf-alpha/freeWAIS-sf-2.0/ ftp.leo.org /pub/comp/infosys/wais/freeWAIS/freeWAIS-sf-2.0/
Subject: 2.2) Where can I get this list (freeWAIS-sf-faq) ftp://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/pub/wais/FAQ http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/wais-faq/freeWAIS-sf/faq.html
Subject: 2.3) Where can I get the comp.infosystems.wais FAQ http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/wais-faq/getting-started/faq.html
Subject: 2.4) What is the current Version of freeWAIS-sf? The latest release of freeWAIS-sf is 2.0 from September 1995. The jump from 1.2 in the release number is due to technical problems when I switched to metaconfig for configuration and installation.
Subject: 2.5) Where can I get some Documentation? Write some - and share! Especially extensions to the Texinfo manual are very welcome. A paper I wrote: http://www.igd.fhg.de/www/www95/papers/47/fwsf/fwsf.html The Texinfo-Manual: http://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/freeWAIS-sf/ ftp://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/pub/wais/freeWAIS-sf-2.0/ 36680 Jun 29 1995 /home/robots/ftp/pub/wais/freeWAIS-sf-1.2/fwsf.dvi.gz 25319 Jun 29 1995 /home/robots/ftp/pub/wais/freeWAIS-sf-1.2/fwsf.info.gz 78828 Jun 29 1995 /home/robots/ftp/pub/wais/freeWAIS-sf-1.2/fwsf.ps.gz 26054 Jun 29 1995 /home/robots/ftp/pub/wais/freeWAIS-sf-1.2/fwsf.texi.gz Documentation is still rudimentary. Any volonteers for writing parts of a more verbose ;-) documentation?
Subject: 2.6) Where can i get examples of this $#@ format files? You can fetch examples from ftp://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/pub/wais/fmt-examples 223 Jun 14 1994 Douglas.fde 717 Jun 14 1994 Douglas.fmt 3026 Jun 14 1994 Douglas.text 849 Aug 19 1994 HCIBIB.fmt 667 Jun 10 1994 HCIIR.fmt 158 Apr 13 1995 WRb.fde 969 Apr 13 1995 WRb.fmt 3049 Apr 13 1995 WRb.text 849 Aug 19 1994 bibdb-html.fmt 844 Aug 19 1994 demo.fmt 143 Jun 10 1994 ftp-pages.fmt 849 Aug 19 1994 irdigest.fmt 838 Aug 19 1994 journals.fmt 483 Apr 18 1995 proxy-html.fmt 3826 Oct 9 1995 test.fmt 675 Oct 11 1995 www-pages.fmt
Subject: 3) Is there ...? 3.1) Is there and Emacs client for freeWAIS-sf? 3.2) Is there an X11 client for freeWAIS-sf 3.3) Does the X client compile with X11R6 3.4) Is there a WWW gateway dedicated for usage with freeWAIS-sf?
Subject: 3.1) Is there and Emacs client for freeWAIS-sf? Yes the client comes with the source distribution. It is auto-magically configured in the installation procedure. It is installed in $DESTDIR/lib/emacs/lisp: 75261 Jan 31 1996 wais.el
Subject: 3.2) Is there an X11 client for freeWAIS-sf Yes the client comes with the source distribution. It is auto-magically configured in the installation procedure. Application defaults are auto-magically generated and installed in It is installed in $DESTDIR/lib: 512 Oct 6 1995 X11 2106 Oct 6 1995 XwaisHELP 6218 Oct 6 1995 XwaisqHELP 512 Oct 6 1995 emacs 512 Jul 18 12:04 sun4-solaris 512 Jul 22 17:36 sun4-sunos
Subject: 3.3) Does the X client compile with X11R6 Yes it does.
Subject: 3.4) Is there a WWW gateway dedicated for usage with freeWAIS-sf? Yes it's called SFgate and can be found on the ftp server ftp://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/pub/wais/ You can see it run at http://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/SFgate/bibdb-html. The SF icon leads to some documentation about SFgate.
Subject: 4) Can I ... 4.1) How must a field name look like?
Subject: 4.1) How must a field name look like? A field name must be composed of alpha characters only and must have at least 2 characters.
Subject: 5) How can I ... 5.1) How can I index index mails? 5.2) How can I index HTML entities? 5.3) How can I force 'c++' to appear in the index? 5.4) How can I index HTML files? 5.5) How can I index my http server? 5.6) How can I index my ftp server? 5.7) How to remove a file from index ? 5.8) How should I maintain WAIS indexes? 5.9) How can I search for the date specified in the layout.
Subject: 5.1) How can I index index mails? cd to your wais source directory (e.g. ~/wais-sources) Create a mail.fmt file like the following: record-sep: /^From / # alternatively use your mail-separartor layout: headline: /^From: / /\J/ 20 /^From: ./ headline: /^Subject: / /\J/ 80 /^Subject: ./ region: /^From: / from SOUNDEX LOCAL TEXT BOTH end: /$/ region: /^Subject: / subject stemming TEXT BOTH end: /$/ Run 'waisindex -d mail -t fields <files>'
Subject: 5.2) How can I index HTML entities? You can specify country specific characters during configuration. This is (currently) the place to customize the delimiter set. Other way round: You can specify, which chars make up words. You can "misuse" this feature to force special characters ('-', '+', ...) to be treated as parts of words. If you insist on indexing things like 'Universit&auml;t', you should enter '&;' as country specific characters: You can compile freeWASI-sf with it's own ctype package. You should do this, if you want to use special (country specific) chars, which are not supported by your systems ctype. Use your systems ctype (no)? > Ok, will use my own ctype I will now ask for your special letters. If you do not want to give the now, edit Default.tmpl after this configure run. Input your upper case letters in the same order than your lower case letters. toupper() and tolower() depend on this order. Input letters which are upper and lower case in both strings. what are your lower case letters (ń÷Ř▀)? > &; what are your upper case letters (─Í▄▀)? > &;
Subject: 5.3) How can I force 'c++' to appear in the index? See question 'How can I index HTML entities ?'
Subject: 5.4) How can I index HTML files? First decide which TYPE your documents should have: 1) If you want your WAIS server to deliver documents, TYPE should be HTML. Your command line should *start*: waisindex -T HTML ... Then go along as with other databases. You can use type field (-t field) in addition to the -T flags. 2) If you want an http server to deliver documents, TYPE should be URL. You must tell waisindex, how the URL of the files should be composed. This is done by specifying the prefix to be removed from the file path and a prefix to add: Your command line should *start*: waisindex -t URL what-to-trim what-to-add ... Note: If you have compiled with the modified URL handling (Questioned during configure) you can customize the headline also with document type URL. But currently only SFgate can handle such databases. The default handling is to put the URL in the headline.
Subject: 5.5) How can I index my http server? See question 'How can I index HTML files?' first. Lets assume, your servers pages reside in directory '/home/robots/www/pages'. Your servers URL might be 'http://myserver/'. The database will be named 'www-pages'. An easy format file (www-pages.fmt) would be: record-sep: /\n\n/ # never matches layout: headline: /<[Tt][Ii][Tt][Ll][Ee]>/ /<\/[Tt][Ii][Tt][Ll][Ee]>/ 80 /<[Tt][Ii][Tt][Ll][Ee]> *./ end: region: /<[Hh][Tt][Mm][Ll]>/ stemming TEXT GLOBAL end: /<.[Bb][Oo][Dd][Yy]>/ Then call waisindex -t URL /home/robots/www/pages http://myserver \ -d www-pages -t fields \ `find /home/robots/www/pages -type f -name "*.html" -print` If you do not have the modified URL handling compiled in, the headline always contains the URL. With the modified handling, headlines contain the title string of the HTML document, if there is any. An example database is running at http://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/SFgate/www-pages rsp. wais://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/www-pages.
Subject: 5.6) How can I index my ftp server? See 'How can I index my http server?'. waisindex -t URL /home/robots/www/pages ftp://myserver \ -d ftp-files -t fields \ `find /home/robots/ftp/pub -type f -name "*.txt"`
Subject: 5.7) How to remove a file from index ? You cannot remove files from the index. The index is add only (-a). But you can remove the source files referenced in the index. These files are silently ignored. The makedb program in the distribution emulates a sort of deletion.
Subject: 5.8) How should I maintain WAIS indexes? Use the makedb program in the distribution. See the manual to learn about it.
Subject: 5.9) How can I search for the date specified in the layout. The bad news is: you can't. The good is: you can define a field as data field with 2.0 PL 29 or higher.
Subject: 6) Trouble ... 6.1) waisindex dumps core when it reads more than 20 filenames from stdin. 6.2) Hey, is directory-of-servers at quake.think.com down or what? 6.3) Compilation of the ctype directory does not work! 6.4) warning: couldn't open database.syn -translation disabled.
Subject: 6.1) waisindex dumps core when it reads more than 20 filenames from stdin. There is a hardcoded limit of 20 filenames (BLOCK_FILES_FROM_STDIN) in ir/waisindex.c which is not even checked for overruns (shudder). Either increase that value or use the patch01 for freeWAIS-sf-1.1 wich allows for an arbitrary number of filenames: ftp://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/pub/wais/freeWAIS-sf-1.1/
Subject: 6.2) Hey, is directory-of-servers at quake.think.com down or what? Yes it is. Use directory-of-servers at cnidir.org or server.wais.com instead.
Subject: 6.3) Compilation of the ctype directory does not work! If you see something like the following gcc -c -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -g mkctype.c mkctype.c: In function `main': mkctype.c:115: parse error before character 0344 mkctype.c:116: parse error before character 0304 You probably have sed metacharacters (like '&') defined as country specific characters. Escape them with a double '\'!
Subject: 6.4) warning: couldn't open database.syn -translation disabled. I get the following error: 929: 1: ... -2: warning: couldn't open database.syn -translation disabled. Is this a bad thing? No it just tells you, that a file database.syn could not be found and therefore the synonym table is empty. If you did not intend to use synonym tables, you are perfect ok.
Subject: 7) Does freeWAIS-sf run on .... We got UDP packets from freeWAIS-sf servers running on the following os/hw/cc combinations: A/UX 3.1.1 mc68030 cc 2.0.52, 2.0.65 A/UX 3.1.1 mc68030 gcc 1.0 A/UX 3.1.1 mc68040 2.7.2 2.1.0 A/UX 3.1.1 mc68040 cc 2.0.65 A/UX 3.1.1 mc68040 gcc 2.6.3 1.2-pre8 AIX 1 ******** 1.3.0.0 1.1 AIX 1 ******** 2.7.2 2.1.0 AIX 1 ******** 3.1 1.2-pre9 AIX 1 ******** cc 1.0, 1.1, 2.0.16, 2.1.0 AIX 1 ******** gcc 2.7.0 2.0.65 AIX 2 ******** 2.7.2 2.1.0 AIX 2 ******** 2.7.2.1 2.1.2 AIX 2 ******** cc 1.0, 1.1, 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.2, 1.2-pre8, 1.2-pre9, 2.0.16, 2.0.39, 2.0.45, 2.0.52, 2.0.60, 2.0.65, 2.1.0 AIX 2 ******** gcc 1.2-pre8 AIX 2 ******** gcc 2.4.5 2.0.65 AIX 2 ******** gcc 2.6.0 2.0.52 AIX 2 ******** gcc 2.6.2 2.0.39 AIX 2 ******** gcc 2.6.3 2.0.35, 2.0.60, 2.0.65 BOSX 2 0001849841 cc 1.1 BSD/386 1.1 i386 gcc 1.0, 1.1, 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.2-pre8 BSD/386 1.1 i386 gcc 1.42 2.0.58 BSD/OS 2.0 i386 2.7.2 2.1.0 BSD/OS 2.0 i386 gcc 1.0, 1.1, 1.2-pre9 BSD/OS 2.0 i386 gcc 1.42 2.0.21, 2.0.58 BSD/OS 2.0 i386 gcc 2.6.3 1.2-pre10 BSD/OS 2.0.1 i386 2.6.3 2.1.0 BSD/OS 2.0.1 i386 2.7.2 2.1.0 BSD/OS 2.0.1 i386 gcc 1.0, 1.1, 1.2-pre8, 1.2-pre9 BSD/OS 2.0.1 i386 gcc 1.42 2.0.58, 2.0.65 BSD/OS 2.0.1 i386 gcc 2.6.3 1.2-pre10, 2.0.16, 2.0.45, 2.0.55, 2.0.58, 2.0.60, 2.0.65, 2.0.68 BSD/OS 2.0.1 i386 shlicc2 2.0.58, 2.0.65 BSD/OS 2.1 i386 2.7.2 2.1.0, 2.1.1 BSD/OS 2.1 i386 2.7.2p snapshot 960426 2.1.0 BSD/OS 2.1 i386 gcc 1.0, 1.1, 1.2-pre9 BSD/OS 2.1 i386 gcc 2.6.3 2.0.45 DYNIX/ptx 4.0 i386 cc 1.1.1 FreeBSD 1.1.5(RELE i386 gcc 1.0 FreeBSD 1.1.5.1(RE i386 gcc 1.0, 1.1, 1.1.2 FreeBSD 2.0-RELEAS i386 gcc 1.0 FreeBSD 2.0-RELEAS i386 gcc 2.6.2 2.0.65 FreeBSD 2.0.5-9506 i386 2.6.3 2.1.1 FreeBSD 2.0.5-RELE i386 2.6.3 2.1.0, 2.1.1, 2.1.2 FreeBSD 2.0.5-RELE i386 gcc 1.0, 1.1, 1.2-pre8, 1.2-pre9 FreeBSD 2.0.950412 i386 gcc 1.2-pre8 FreeBSD 2.1-STABLE i386 2.6.3 2.1.0 FreeBSD 2.1-STABLE i386 gcc 1.1 FreeBSD 2.1.0-RELE i386 2.6.3 2.1.0, 2.1.1, 2.1.2 FreeBSD 2.1.0-RELE i386 2.7.2 2.1.1 FreeBSD 2.1.0-RELE i386 gcc 1.2-pre8 FreeBSD 2.1.0-RELE i386 gcc 2.6.3 2.0.39, 2.0.65, 2.0.68 FreeBSD 2.1.0-RELE i386 gcc 2.7.2 2.0.68 FreeBSD 2.1.5-RELE i386 2.6.3 2.1.0, 2.1.1, 2.1.2 FreeBSD 2.1.5-RELE i386 2.7.2.1 2.1.2 FreeBSD 2.1.5-RELE i386 gcc 2.6.3 2.0.65, 2.0.68 FreeBSD 2.2-960612 i386 gcc 2.6.3 2.0.65 FreeBSD 2.2-960612 i386 gcc 2.7.2 2.0.68 FreeBSD 2.2-960801 i386 gcc 2.6.3 2.0.65 FreeBSD 2.2-960801 i386 gcc 2.7.2 2.0.68 FreeBSD 2.2-961006 i386 gcc 2.7.2 2.0.68 FreeBSD 2.2-961014 i386 gcc 2.7.2 2.0.68 FreeBSD 2.2-ALPHA i386 2.7.2.1 2.1.2 FreeBSD 2.2-ALPHA i386 gcc 2.7.2 2.0.68 FreeBSD 2.2-CURREN i386 2.7.2.1 2.1.2 FreeBSD 2.2-CURREN i386 gcc 1.1 FreeBSD 3.0-CURREN i386 2.7.2.1 2.1.2 FreeBSD 3.0-CURREN i386 gcc 2.7.2 2.0.68 HI-OSF/1-M R2.0 hitm cc 1.2-pre10 HI-UX 01.04 3050/R gcc 2.5.8 2.0.52 HP-UX A.09.00 9000/827 cc 2.0.52 HP-UX A.09.00 9000/832 2.7.2 2.1.0 HP-UX A.09.00 9000/832 gcc 2.7.2 2.0.6, 2.0.65 HP-UX A.09.01 9000/710 gcc 1.0, 1.1 HP-UX A.09.01 9000/715 gcc 1.0, 1.1 HP-UX A.09.01 9000/715 gcc 2.6.0 2.0.60 HP-UX A.09.01 9000/715 gcc 2.6.3 2.0.60 HP-UX A.09.01 9000/715 gcc 2.7.2 2.0.6, 2.0.65, 2.0.71 HP-UX A.09.01 9000/720 gcc 1.1 HP-UX A.09.01 9000/720 gcc 2.4.4 1.2 HP-UX A.09.01 9000/735 gcc 1.1 HP-UX A.09.01 9000/755 gcc 2.5.8 1, 1.2 HP-UX A.09.03 9000/712 cc 2.0.50, 2.0.65 HP-UX A.09.03 9000/720 gcc 1.1 HP-UX A.09.03 9000/735 cc 2.0.60 HP-UX A.09.04 9000/806 cc 2.0.60 HP-UX A.09.04 9000/806 gcc 2.4.5 1.2 HP-UX A.09.04 9000/816 gcc 2.6.3 1. 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Subject: 8) Does freeWAIS-sf work with ... 8.1) Can i use other wais clients to query a freeWAIS-sf server? 8.2) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with gopher? 8.3) Gopher Error: Nothing Available! 8.4) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with Mosaic? 8.5) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with the cern httpd?
Subject: 8.1) Can i use other wais clients to query a freeWAIS-sf server? Yes, all clients running the wais protocol (z39.50 V1 + adds) can query an freeWAIS-sf server. There is only one small incompatibility, which can be enabled during installation of freeWAIS-sf (default is: run compatible). This modification only applies to the document type URL and allows to customize the headline. The original handling uses the headline to store the URL. The modified freeWAIS-sf puts the URL in the document id field. But this handling currently is only supported by SFgate.
Subject: 8.2) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with gopher? Yes. Details for linking with gopher 2.1.1 and gopher 2.016 cand be found on the http server: http://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/freeWAIS-sf/ Since freeWAIS-sf uses the same protocol than other wais systems linking with them is ok - as long as you use only the protocol part and do not try to do searches calling internal functions.
Subject: 8.3) Gopher Error: Nothing Available! Do a "waisindex -export ...". It is important that the host and port information is compiled into the *.src file, EVEN IF THE SEARCHES ARE LOCAL! I have my gopher, wais , and all the databases all on the same machine. It is also important that the waisserver is running.
Subject: 8.4) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with Mosaic? Yes. No details yet - but it is not hard to do ;-)
Subject: 8.5) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with the cern httpd? Direct WAIS access for CERN httpd 3.0 is easy to provide with freeWAIS-sf 1.1. The only thing you need to do is rename the WAIS libraries in CERN httpd Makefile's. If you're a lucky guy and your system supports imake, you need to: Retrieve Rainer Klute's Imake extension to CERN httpd 3.0: ftp://ftp.germany.eu.net/pub/infosystems/www/cern/ Replace WWW.cf in the top-level directory with this code in http://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/freeWAIS-sf/section3_13.html Update the location of your freeWAIS-sf code in WWW.cf (variable WAISDIR) If your system doesn't support imake, you need to update manually the WAIS libraries in the Makefile pertaining to your architecture and the top-level Makefile. And think about how easy life would be if only you had imake.

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