From Mon Oct 16 13:06:57 1995
Article: 9563 of comp.infosystems.www.announce
From: (Murray Altheim)
Subject: SOFTWARE: HTML.edit 1.7.2 for Macintosh
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 95 01:39:12 MET

####  Description  ****

HTML.edit Version 1.7.2
Copyright 1995 by Murray M. Altheim, Equinox Development.
All Rights Reserved.
The author retains all intellectual property rights to this product
and its documentation.

HTML.edit is a freeware, Macintosh-based editor for the HyperText
Markup Language, the text-based coding used for documents on World
Wide Web (WWW). HTML.edit incorporates many time-saving features for
not only HTML coding but document management as well. It is designed
to become a master archive of a server's documents, with the ability
to simplify global changes and updates.

HTML.edit supports production of documents that conform to the HTML
2.0 DTD (Document Type Definition) levels 0, 1 and 2, including
support for forms and HTML 3.0 tables.

HTML.edit is freeware.  HTML.edit may be freely distributed in its
unmodified, compressed archive state. HTML.edit is not to be redis-
tributed with commercial applications or in commercial CD-ROM archives
without the express, written consent of the author. Please read the
Legaleze section under HTML.edit Help for further information
regarding usage, copyrights, credits and distribution.

####  Availability  ****

Version 1.7.x includes many new features over previous versions,
including new conversion, customization, and document management
commands. Version 1.7.2 is an interim release incorporating bug fixes
for versions 1.7/1.7.1 plus some new customization features. Informa-
tion on extended development history, known bugs and fixes, and
downloading the current version is available at

Three versions are available, depending on platform:

  `HTMLedit172-fat.hqx'      for Macintosh (680x0) or Power Macintosh
  `HTMLedit172-ppc.hqx'      for Power Macintosh (only)
  `HTMLedit172-68k.hqx'      for Macintosh (680x0)

Info-Mac will be carrying the 68k and ppc-only versions.

Please email any comments or problems you find with this version
to the author at:
      Murray M. Altheim, Information Systems Analyst
      National Technology Transfer Center, Wheeling, West Virginia