This page contains a variety of UUDeview-related detritus. These items are no longer being supported in any meaningful way, but they are being provided for historical interest and for any remaining value they may yet have.
An artifact from a world before yEnc. V1.3 was current for about six months until user requests drove me to port over the yEnc-enabled UUDeview engine.
A piece of history: Version 1.2 of UUDeview for Windows. This was the "current" version of UUDeview for four years or so, from 1997 to 2001. Given the high number of downloads (I lost web stats at 100,000), the lack of complaints, and the positive feedback from users, I'd say this version deserves the respect awarded to any valiant old soldier now in retirement.
Amazingly, the version of UUDeview for Windows 3.1 (16-bit Windows) still gets downloads from time to time. Though no longer officially supported, it is offered here for anyone who might still need it.
For those people who haven't been bullied into moving to 32 bits by
Microsoft, here's a simple 16-bit version of the UUDeview DLL called
This DLL is best suited for people who need to develop non-Visual Basic 3 16-bit applications that do Internet Mail and News encoding/decoding. It also doesn't hurt to be using a language like C or Pascal that can define structures, though you can theoretically use the UUD16S DLL with any language that can call out to Windows DLLs.
Last revised: 30 December 2001