PMI's Repertoire Modula-2 Components can now be downloaded

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Chris Burrows

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Mar 17, 2021, 4:45:07 PMMar 17
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Following recent conversations here I have now uploaded Release 1.05b of PMI's Repertoire Modula-2 components, which includes more than1.2Mbytes of Modula-2 source code, to our website. More information and the link to download a copy is here:

https://www.cfbsoftware.com/modula2/Repertoire.htm


Brian Knoblauch

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Mar 17, 2021, 6:37:37 PMMar 17
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On Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 4:45:07 PM UTC-4, Chris Burrows wrote:
> Following recent conversations here I have now uploaded Release 1.05b of PMI's Repertoire Modula-2 components, which includes more than1.2Mbytes of Modula-2 source code, to our website. More information and the link to download a copy is here:
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> https://www.cfbsoftware.com/modula2/Repertoire.htm

Nice! Thank you! Looking forward to checking it out.

--Brian

Paul Richards

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Mar 18, 2021, 8:21:32 PMMar 18
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On 18/03/2021 7:45 am, Chris Burrows wrote:
> Following recent conversations here I have now uploaded Release 1.05b of PMI's Repertoire Modula-2 components, which includes more than1.2Mbytes of Modula-2 source code, to our website. More information and the link to download a copy is here:
>
> https://www.cfbsoftware.com/modula2/Repertoire.htm
>
>

Chris

That's great, Chris. Many thanks.

Paul

Robert Solomon

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May 28, 2021, 12:16:43 PMMay 28
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On Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 8:21:32 PM UTC-4, Paul Richards wrote:
> On 18/03/2021 7:45 am, Chris Burrows wrote:
> > Following recent conversations here I have now uploaded Release 1.05b of PMI's Repertoire Modula-2 components, which includes more than1.2Mbytes of Modula-2 source code, to our website. More information and the link to download a copy is here:
> >
> > https://www.cfbsoftware.com/modula2/Repertoire.htm
> >
> >
> Chris


I noticed that programs compiled under 16-bit windows will not run under win10.

Especially true for programs compiled under DOS. IIRC, a com file was a memory limited executable file that was only generated under DOS.

However, I was able to get the 80's era executables to run in a DOSBOX on Ubuntu.

I also tried to un-arc the files using peazip. Peazip reports that the archives are password protected. How odd.

Anyway, the DOSBOX trick on linux worked for me.






Brian Knoblauch

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May 28, 2021, 2:53:01 PMMay 28
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On Friday, May 28, 2021 at 12:16:43 PM UTC-4, drro...@gmail.com wrote:
> I noticed that programs compiled under 16-bit windows will not run under win10.

16-bit applications are definitely not supported under 64-bit Windows 10, but I believe they may still work under 32-bit Windows 10 (and yes, Windows 10 32-bit can still be kept current, I have one of those machines tucked away in the corner at home!). Maybe if I get a few extra minutes I'll go see if I can grab some 16-bit software to test on my 32-bit Windows 10 machine.
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