Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : PTHMA105.ZIP
Filename : PATHMAN.VND

 
Output of file : PATHMAN.VND contained in archive : PTHMA105.ZIP

PATHMAN V1.05 - Path Management Utility for DOS
Copyright(c)1992 by Anchor Software - All Rights Reserved Worldwide

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This file provides information for Shareware Distributors, Disk Vendors and
BBS SYSOPs who wish to distribute PATHMAN.


PROGRAM INFORMATION:

Name - PATHMAN Path Management Utility for DOS
Category - Utility (DOS)
Keywords - DOS UTILITY PATH ENVIRONMENT LAN WINDOWS

Short Description:

PATHMAN simplifies the management of the path.
Add and remove dirs. Extend path beyond the
127 byte limit. Path directory verification.
Maintain multiple paths. Works with MS-DOS,
DR DOS, NOVELL, and DEC Pathworks. Designed
for use in 90's network and windows computing.
Great for network administrators,developers
and analysts, and for any serious PC user.
As simple to use as the DOS PATH command you
already use. Shareware (Anchor Software)



DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS:

PATHMAN may be freely distributed.

BBSs - please name the file PTHMAN.xxx.

When distributing PATHMAN the following files must be distributed
together.
PATHMAN.DOC
PATHMAN.EXE
PATHMAN.VND (this file)

Disk Vendors, Shareware Distributors and BBS(s) may charge a nominal
fee for distribution of the program. The recipient of PATHMAN must be
informed, in advance, that the fee paid to acquire PATHMAN does not
relieve the recipient from paying the Registration Fee for PATHMAN if
the recipient uses PATHMAN.


  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : PTHMA105.ZIP
Filename : PATHMAN.VND

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