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ArchiScale is an easy-to-use Mac OS X software that converts distances using a user-defined scale. It is also able to determine which scale is the best to draw something on a given paper format. This software is useful for students in first years of architecture schools, when you work without CAD-softwares, and for people using non-numerised documents with uncommon scales.
A self-contained and portable build system derived from the traditional 4.4BSD system. It implements Bourne configure script generation, concurrent building and it can compile IDE project files. It is portable to most operating systems and make flavors.
THIS PROJECT IS NOT CURRENTLY IN USE! PLEASE DO NOT USE THE TRACKERS, AND BE ADVISED THAT THE CODE HOSTED HERE IS SEVERELY OUT OF DATE. This place was meant to host the source code for the TeXShop project, track bugs and feature requests etc., which it did for a brief time, but these days it is not being used or looked at. If you have questions on comments on TeXShop, please direct contact the developer of TeXShop, Richard Koch.