If you expect to need (new) copies of all of the files, ignore the step-by-step instructions below and click here. There are nn-zzz-nn program files and a single (complete?) instruction file.
NOTE: further links later(?), Not Yet for sure.
(separate folders later(?) If you don't already have a copy of lip.o, click here.) There are 3 program files and a compile instruction. This output file is needed for all of the following, so if you're having trouble at this step you should consider picking up a compiled binary of bbbg0 at there, or consulting a cabalist with experience using your compiler.
(If you don't already have a copy of ratbase and algbase, click here.) The two *.h files from above are repeated, there are nn-xxx-nn new program files and two compile instructions. (If your copy of lip.o is OK, this step should be easy.)
Now that you have lip.o, ratbase and algbase, (click here). The nn-yyy-nn *.h files from above are repeated, there's a new program file (the siever!) and three instructions. (The crucial step ...)
To pickup an initial test file, and see what the output is supposed to look like, click here.
WAS: To pickup the Magma c91 data, click here. The complete file ...