|[4 earlier articles]|
|Algol68 compiler ? firstname.lastname@example.org (Dave Lloyd) (1996-02-21)|
|Algol68 compiler ? email@example.com (Derek M Jones) (1996-02-22)|
|Re: Algol68 compiler ? firstname.lastname@example.org (Dave Lloyd) (1996-02-23)|
|Re: Algol68 compiler ? email@example.com (1996-02-23)|
|Re: Algol68 compiler ? firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-02-23)|
|Re: Algol68 compiler ? email@example.com (1996-02-23)|
|Re: Algol68 compiler ? Thilo.Schmid@t-online.de (1996-03-03)|
|From:||Thilo.Schmid@t-online.de (Thilo Schmid)|
|Date:||3 Mar 1996 19:29:16 -0500|
|Organization:||Telekom Online Internet Gateway|
|References:||96-02-240 96-02-236 96-02-267|
Dave Lloyd wrote:
> I also have forgotten who did it, but they produced a thing called
> CTRANS which converted A68RS into inpenetrable C. I heard that said
> company went bust a while back, and that CTRANS was put into the
> public domain as part of the support for MALPAS (something close to
> RSRE's heart)...
Have a look at http://www.inf.fu-berlin.de/~wolff/Algol68.html The
company you have tried to remember was probably OCCL.
It's funny to me that ALGOL68 is still alive. I thought it wasn't. When I
first met ALGOL68 in 1984, I began to love programming languages and
I hit this thread and this newsgroup by mere accident. But now I will
continue to watch it.
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