This web page is sponsored by Tara Matise, for Phil Green,
the primary author of the CRI-MAP map building program.
For online documentation of the CRIMAP program, go HERE.
If you have trouble interacting with the Web page, or unpacking or
compiling the code,
send e-mail to Tara Matise at email@example.com
If you have any trouble with the CRI-MAP program or documentation
please send e-mail to Phil Green at firstname.lastname@example.org
You will need to have access to a Unix system for the initial unpacking, but once you've unpacked the .tar file, you should be able to compile the source code on computers running other operating systems -- it should be portable to almost anything with a decent C compiler and adequate memory (16 Mb RAM or more is desirable).
zcat crimap.source.tar| tar xvf -
cc -O -o crimap *.c -lm
cat progdoc_v2.4 | tbl | eqn | troff -ms -t | lpr -t
If this fails, you can still read the file progdoc_v2.4 directly (it is ASCII) by ignoring the embedded troff formatting statements.
If you want to compile crimap by yourself under Windows. HERE is some hints.