The Computer History Graphing Project
Welcome to the comp-hist project. This is my
little project to unify all of computerdom under one big family tree. I'm
not really sure if this is possible, but here's my shot at it. Anyway,
here's what I have so far:
To get a cvs snapshot from here, use normal cvs rules for sourceforge with
the project's Unix name being comp-hist. Daily snapshots are here.
OR, if you only need a few files, get them through cvsweb.
There are two lists, comp-hist-devel and comp-hist-cvsnews. To subscribe, go here for -devel and here for -cvsnews. Private questions should go to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Version 0.5: Tarball source Precompiled PDF generated with GViz Same thing in postscript
Version 0.9 HTML version (more formats are available, email me for them)
Version 0.9.1 HTML version Precompiled PDF generated with GViz Same thing in postscript
Version 0.9.2 HTML version Precompiled PDF generated with GViz Same thing in postscript
1. a text editor (if you don't have one go crawl back into your hole)
2. Perl 5* (www.perl.org) and/or a C compiler
3. At least one of the output formats described on this page
For small additions (hey, I just found a great computer I want to tell you guys about!) put them in through this page