Contents of the READ.ME file
ProDoor Copyright 1987-1991 Samuel H. Smith; All rights reserved
This is a component of the ProDoor System.
Do not distribute modified versions without my permission.
Do not remove or alter this notice or any other copyright notice.
If you use this in your own program you must distribute source code.
Do not use any of this in a commercial product.
The prodoor system is distributed as:
PRODOR34.ZIP ;The main DOOR and supporting files
PLEASE SEE THE FILE 'REGISTER.FRM' FOR PROGRAM REGISTRATION INFORMATION.
EXTADJ11.ZIP ;Program to adjust the size of the EXTUSER file,
allowing up to 5000 extended conferences.
RECYCLE.ZIP ;The 'stacked door' utility
PROEDT34.ZIP ;Message base editor - the read mail section from
ProDoor with the addition of the (M)odify command.
PROKIT34.ZIP ;Door kit for Turbo Pascal 6.0, based on ProDoor
ZIPTV21.ZIP ;Zipfile reader utility for ProDoor
ZIPDS11.ZIP ;Zipfile date stamp/upload test utility for ProDoor
LZHTV11.ZIP ;Reader utility for LHARC format .LZH files.
ARCTV30.ZIP ;Reader utility for PKPAK format .ARC files.
The complete source code for ProDoor 3.1 is contained in three archives.
PROD31S1.ZIP ;The main source files for the door and utilities
PROD31S2.ZIP ;The common library files (required part of tool-inc)
PROD31S3.ZIP ;Documentation and other supporting files
Newer ProDoor source code is scheduled for release in the near future.
Please check the BOOSTERS conference at the Tool Shop for news on this.
IN NO EVENT WILL I BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY
LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF YOUR USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM, OR
FOR ANY CLAIM BY ANY OTHER PARTY.
PCBoard is a registered trademark of Clark Development Company.
SourceWare: What is it?
SourceWare is my name for a unique concept in user supported software.
Programs distributed under the SourceWare concept always offer source
This package can be freely distributed so long as it is not modified or
sold for profit. If you find that this program is valuable, you can send
me a donation for what you think it is worth. I suggest about $30.
Send your voluntary contributions to:
Samuel H. Smith
The Tool Shop
P. O. Box 4808
Panorama City, CA 91412-4808
When you send a contribution, your existing user account on The Tool Shop
will be upgraded for extended time and downloading. You will also be able
to download a special "register" program. The register program allows you
to install your own "registration" message seen by callers when opening
Why do I include source code? Why isn't the donation mandatory? The
value of good software should be self-evident. The source code is the key
to complete understanding of a program. You can read it to find out how
things are done. You can also change it to suit your needs, so long as
you do not distribute the modified version without my consent.
If you modify this program, I would appreciate a copy of the new source
code. I am holding the copyright on the source code, so please don't
delete my name from the program files or from the documentation.
I work very hard to produce a software package of the highest quality and
functionality. I try to look into all reported bugs, and will generally
fix reported problems within a few days.
Since this is user supported software under the SourceWare concept, I
don't expect you to contribute if you don't like it or if it doesn't meet
If you have any questions, bugs, or suggestions, please contact me at:
The Tool Shop BBS
Phone number Modem type
(818) 891-3772 US Robotics HST 9600
(818) 891-1344 Hayes-V series 9600
(818) 891-6780 US Robotics 2400 (free line)
The latest version is always available for downloading.
Enjoy! Samuel H. Smith, Author and Sysop of The Tool Shop.