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List of relevant links :

MultiSlice Project Specification: Specifications of the project.

MultiSlice RTP Gallery : Screenshots and old page

MultiSlice Programmer Documentation: Programmer Documentation/Extensions.

MultiSlice User Help Files: User Help files/Program Help files.

MultiSlice Report: The MultiSlice Report. (Downloadable electronic version.)

MultiSlice RTP Source Code: Source Code for C with X11R6/MOTIF under Irix 5.3+ (old page).
Download the new MultiSlice RTP Source code for IRIX (MultiSlice_RTP_Silicon_Graphics_IRIX.tar.gz) and/or

Old Slice Environment: A few snapshots of the old environment.

Security & Encryption: Support the EFF ? Ascii-Armoured public keys (RSA/DSS) available.

MultiSlice Updates: The latest updates on the MultiSlice project environment.

MultiSlice now supports Linux with lesstif & gcc.View the screenshot.
Note that you need a Silicon Graphics IRIX system or a Intel based Linux system to run this project.
You also need to have psuedocolor mode in your X windowing system (default on IRIX -- requires tweaking XFree86 on linux) and
a copy of a MOTIF(tm) compliant library set for linking.