Date : Mon, 04 Nov 1985 23:30:08 GMT
From : Ralph Hyre <ralphw@CMU-CS-IUS2.ARPA>
Subject: Re: Borland Modula-2 ???
In article <2751@brl-tgr.ARPA> LAMIA@dec-marlboro.ARPA (Walt Lamia) writes:
>The beta version demonstrated was quite impressive, using incrementatl
>compilation to generate intermediate-level "M" code that can be executed
>in memory by the Modula-2 interpreter, eliminating the need for native
>code compilation, linking and execution just to test routines. If
>you stop on an error, you can return to the editor, fix the error
>-- and >resume compilation from where you left off!<
Is this m-code the same 'standard' m-code that will run on other machines?
For example, can I take the m-code produced by the Borland compiler and
run it on an IBM machine or an Apple? (or even the Lilith machine?)
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