[TUHS] RAND editor e19

Jose R. Valverde txomsy at yahoo.es
Wed Jan 10 01:29:06 AEST 2007

Your request set me on a chase of my own. I found a dated message by Bob 
Drzyzgula praising e and giving in turn the web address of the current

As it turns out this page at CERN was no longer accessible, so I contacted
Bob asking if he still kept any copy. Meanwhile I tried as well to contact
the current maintainer, Fabien Perriollat and he in turn managed to get
his account at CERN unblocked.

To cut a long story short: RAND E is alive and well, being maintained by
Fabien Perriollat at CERN. The address is


and there you will find both the sources and executables for AIX, Linux,
Lynx OS, Solaris and Windows95.

Best regards,


On Sun, 07 Jan 2007 00:22:11 +0100
Gunnar Ritter <gunnarr at acm.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> does anyone still have the source code for the RAND editor
> e19 <http://www.rand.org/pubs/notes/N2239-1/>? One can read
> on the net that it was once available as public domain from
> ftp.rand.org, but this machine seems not available anymore.
> There is an archive rand.tar.Z in the 2.10 (BSD) directory of
> CSRG CD 1, but this contains the older version e14. I think
> it would be good to also have the final version e19 in the
> Unix archive.
> Thanks
> 	Gunnar
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