Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : ATP07OS2.ZIP
Filename : ATPRC

 
Output of file : ATPRC contained in archive : ATP07OS2.ZIP
# ATP configuration file.
# NOTE: a SPACE must reside on either side of the `=' sign!
#
# Most of this needs no explanation. Be sure to set the proper paths
# for you incoming mail and outgoing replies.
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# You must put your name here.
#
User = Your Name
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Define the editor you wish to use for replies:
#
editor = vde
#editor = vile
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Here is where we set the paths to the directories which will hold your
# QWK mail packets and replies. Please enter the correct path information i
# on the lines below:
#
mail = C:\spool
reply = C:\spool
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Normally you don't need to change the next lines, but PLEASE
# get a current version of zip and unzip.
#
archiver = zip
unarchiver = unzip
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Specify your spelling checker. Ispell is recommended for Unix systems
# and OS/2. ShareSpell could be used under MS-DOS. Ispell is available
# from prep.ai.mit.edu:/pub/gnu
#
#speller = ispell
#speller = ss
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# The following lines tell ATP about your terminal. Generally, you will
# want to leave ansi on. ATP is optimized for ANSI consoles, so there
# are no guarantees about setting ansi off. Cursor placement is dependant
# on ANSI positioning sequences. ATP will support color too. If you have
# a monochrome terminal you may find that setting color to off gives
# a more readable screen. Experiment and see.
#
ansi = on
color = on
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Normally, ATP will try to determine your screen width and length
# automatically. However, if there is a problem, ATP will fall back
# on these values. Set "screenlen" to the length of your screen and
# set "screencol" to the width of your screen.
#
screenlen = 25
screencol = 80
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# The following option tells ATP about your terminal's character set.
# You have 3 choices: latin1, msdos, or, 7bit. If your terminal
# can display foreign language characters choose either "latin1" or
# "msdos". Otherwise choose 7bit. Linux uses latin1. By choosing msdos
# ATP will not perform any character translation when displaying messages.
# Note that even if your operating system runs on a PC, it may not use
# the DOS character codes (Linux uses "latin1" for example). If your terminal
# can not display 8 bit characters, please tell ATP by choosing "7bit".
# If this following character in the brackets looks like an "A" with
# 2 dots then choose "latin1":
# [ Ä ] <<< test character.
#
# If it looks like a long dash or horizontal bar then choose "msdos".
# If it looks like a "D" then choose 7bit. This test is not absolutely
# conclusive in that it depends on your editor's ability to display your
# system's character set properly. Some Unix editors will not display
# 8 bit characters even though the system is capable of it. If this
# is the case you may want to try testing this from the Unix command
# line with:
# echo '\304'
#
# Here again, some command shells may not display all characters that your
# terminal is capable of displaying.
#
# charset = latin1
charset = msdos
# charset = 7bit
#
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# The next option is useful if your terminal or console is compatible with
# vt100 terminal line-graphics. Most QWK mail is generated under MS-DOS.
# Unfortunately, DOS graphics characters aren't portable to most non-DOS
# systems. However if your hardware is vt100 compatible, this option will
# will give you emulation of the DOS graphics set. Linux users will
# probably want this option set to "on". By typing "graphics" at the
# ATP command line you may toggle this variable on and off. When toggled
# to the on state, a graphics rectangle should be displayed on your console
# as a simple test of whether this option is right for you. Use this test
# if you are in doubt.
#
graphics = off
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# ATP uses the following Unix command string to list QWK packets.
# You may delete this if you want. ATP will then default to a
# simpler version. When using this version it will put you into `less'
# which is the GNU version of `more'. To return to ATP enter `q'.
# You can also use the keys `u' and `d' to scroll through the QWK list.
# Edit this line anyway you like to cutomize the `qlist' command.
# If you find that this command won't work, make sure you have the
# Unix utilities `cut' and `less' in your path.
#
# Here is one for MS_DOS or OS/2:
qlist = dir *.qw?
#
# Here is one for Unix systems:
#qlist = ls -lt *.qw? | cut -c 34- | less
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ATP uses the following Unix command string to list bulletins.
# You may delete this if you want. ATP will then default to a
# simpler version. This works like the above "qlist" command.
#
# Here is one for MS_DOS or OS/2:
blist = dir blt-*.*
#
# Here is one for Unix systems:
# blist = ls -lt blt* | cut -c 34- | less
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# If you want Fido style taglines by default enter `tagstyle = fido' below.
# Of course you can always toggle between tagline styles by typing `fido'
# at ATP's main prompt.
#
tagstyle = fido
#tagstyle = normal
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# the following is known as your "persistent" tagline.
#
tagline = Come back, Little Sheba.
#
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# By default, ATP will randomly choose a tagline for your replies from the
# file "taglines.atp" which should reside in the same directory as atprc.
# This option can be turned off at the ATP command line, or you may set it
# so that it defaults to off by defining "autotag = off" below:
#
autotag = on
#
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# The next configuration option is *NOT* usually needed. However,
# if you need the ATP work directory to be on some particular path
# or drive specify it here.
#
# workpath = /tmp
# Here is an example for MS_DOS:
workpath = C:\tmp
#
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Under ATP there is a "clean" command that will put you into maintenance
# mode for your message bases. One of the options is to truncate a
# message base to the most recent messages. The following option sets the
# default truncation length. This option can be changed during the
# maintenance process if the need should arise.
#
truncate = 50
#
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# The BBS known as PCBoard supports long subject lines as of PCB 1.5.
# If you would like to have long subject lines then set the following
# option on. Note that not all QWK readers will be able to read your entire
# subject line because most readers are limited to 25 characters. But
# generally there should be no problem. Note that if you use the RIME
# network that you should not use a long subject line when entering a
# routed message, i.e. a message where the first line must read something
# like ->156<-
#
pcb = on
#
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# When replying to a message, ATP generates a reply header which
# mentions the author of the message being responded to. If you wish
# to have no headers then set the following option off.
#
header = on
#
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------
# If you prefer silent operation set bell = off
#
bell = off
# -------------------- end of configuration script ----------------------



  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : ATP07OS2.ZIP
Filename : ATPRC

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/