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Re: rstrpos: version 5.2 and version 5.3

In article <MPG.131f2aeb52253995989a57@news.frii.com>,
	davidf@dfanning.com (David Fanning) writes:
> J.D. Smith (jdsmith@astro.cornell.edu) writes:
>> It's there.
>> You just need to add lib/obsolete under rsi/idl to your IDL search path, or,
>> equivalently, search all sub-paths of lib.  I do this as a matter 
>> of course, to ensure such things don't happen.
> Yes, or alternatively (this is what I decided to do recently),
> include the code in the source that uses it. I did this because
> I *know* people don't have the OBSOLETE directory on their
> path and I get tired of finding 10 e-mails in the morning
> asking why my programs don't work. :-(

But at the top of rstrpos.pro, you will find this 
wonderful statement:

  ; $Id: rstrpos.pro,v 1.7 1999/01/16 01:25:38 scottm Exp $
  ; Copyright (c) 1993-1999, Research Systems, Inc.  All rights reserved.
  ;       Unauthorized reproduction prohibited.
Of course since I reproduced this, I guess I could be in trouble :-) 



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