Contents of the VIEWGL.DOC file
VIEWGL has been released to the Public Domain and may be used freely so
long as it is not modified in any way.
The author of VIEWGL, Louis Adamich, assumes NO responsibility for any
damage to any equipment resulting from the use of VIEWGL. You use VIEWGL at
your own risk. Your use of VIEWGL implies that you understand and accept
the above conditions.
VIEWGL is a SHELL to be using in conjunction with the GRASPRT viewer.
VIEWGL was written to make it easier to use the GRASPRT .GL viewer by
providing a menu of .GL files and an easy way to select them. VIEWGL can
currently handle a directory containing 800 .GL files. Be warned however
that the more .GL files you have in a directory the slower VIEWGL will
To install VIEWGL you must copy it into the directory where your .GL files
reside. GRASPRT.EXE must be in the path. To start VIEWWGL just type VIEWGL
at the dos prompt.
VIEWGL provides a menu of GLs and lets you use the arrow keys to highlight
the one you would like to look at. Select the GL by pressing return. VIEWGL
puts 160 GLs on the screen at a time. If you have more than 160 you can use
page up or page down to shift between screens. ESC exits the program.
Thats about it. Its very simple to use.