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Tom, if you can guarantee that Dave will have V2.12 of iraf
on the disk, plus all of the tass stuff, I couldn't agree
with you more. The problem is that iraf changes dramatically
between each release; they really should be calling it release
11 and release 12 to show the difference. So it *does* matter
which version you get, especially if you want everyone on the
Don't get me wrong; I have the 'latest' disk set in my
office and pay Dave Mills every time a new release is made.
He is doing a great service to the astronomical community.
It is just that we have a specific set of programs that need
to be distributed; if someone offers to make a disk that
contains off of these programs, that is a benefit to the group.