|Southern storm vanished? email@example.com (Steve Horne) (2007-07-24)|
|Re: Southern storm vanished? firstname.lastname@example.org (Uncle Noah) (2007-07-26)|
|Re: Southern storm vanished? email@example.com (Steve Horne) (2007-07-26)|
|Re: Southern storm vanished? firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Horne) (2007-07-27)|
|Re: Southern storm vanished? email@example.com (Brooks Moses) (2007-07-30)|
|From:||Steve Horne <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Thu, 26 Jul 2007 15:28:46 -0700|
|Posted-Date:||26 Jul 2007 23:20:52 EDT|
Uncle Noah wrote:
> Their site was up until a few days ago, probably 2 or 3 weeks as your
> results indicate. In case they are closing, it would be better if
> s'one contacted them for releasing "treecc" (which i think was a tool
> feeling some gap there) under a libre license of their choice :)
> [How about writing to their WHOIS contact and asking him? -John]
I sent an e-mail, but the only address I could find was under the same
domain as the web site, so I can't be confident of a reply.
TreeCC was written to support development of compilers for
Portable.NET. It's already under GPL v2, and it's included in a few
repositories - Google and ye shall find - with the latest version I
could find being 0.3.10.
I've found references to DotGNU in a number of places, so I was hoping
that the projects were just moving servers or something.
http://www.gnu.org/software/dotgnu/pnet.html looked promissing, but
seems to link back to Southern Storm.
[Someone else pointed out http://freshmeat.net/projects/treecc/
which links to a live looking CVS archive on a gnu host. -John]
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