[2-1] Introduction

This guide lists constraint-related resources: compilers and
interpreters (in this part), archives, newsgroups, books, magazines,
and anything else you can think of (all in part 1). Also included is a
list of suppliers of products and a list of publishers.

This guide is regularly posted in two parts to comp.constraints,
usually on the 17th or 18th of each month.

It may also be obtained by anonymous ftp from City University:
	ftp.cs.city.ac.uk [],
 using username "anonymous" and password "name@host".
 The files part1 and part2 are located in the directory
 [The ftp site will also contain other items on constraints.]

WWW (World Wide Web) address:
This is also a jumping-off point giving access to most of the ftp sites
mentioned in section [1-5].

The articles posted to the newsgroup are archived by month in the same
location as this FAQ, in subdirectory

The FAQ postings are also archived in the periodic posting archive on
rtfm.mit.edu. Look in the anonymous ftp directory
/pub/usenet/news.answers/constraints-faq in the files part1 and part2.
If you do not have anonymous ftp access, you can access the archive by
mail server as well. Send an E-mail message to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu
with "help" and "index" in the body on separate lines for more

FAQs and Resource Guides for other newsgroups will usually be available
on rtfm.mit.edu too.

Disclaimer: We are not responsible for anything at all. Ever. So there.

Copyright Michael Jampel 1994. Permission to do reasonable things
not for profit is given to anyone. Anything else, ask me.
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