Date : Fri, 07 Jun 1991 10:33:02 IST
From : "Jacques J. Goldberg" <PHR00JG%TECHNION@TAUNIVM.TAU.AC.IL>
Subject: PL/I compiler under CP/M.
I have it. But:
1-I never used it, the disk is there, I only ran one test to see if it works,
many years ago.
2-I do not have the slightest idea where I got it from, although it probably
migrated from a defunct SuperBrain as we had many of these on campus.
3-I have absolutely no documentation.
4-My CP/M machine, a LOBO-MAX80, is temporarily dismantled because kids and
grandchildren needed the room for a while. The backup I have is a DSDD 80 track
diskette. I guess that this format is not very practical.
-How do we handle the copyright problem?
-How **URGENT** is it? I can of course spend a few hours carrying the parts
of my Lobo to office to make a 40 tracks copy or even better write in MSDOS
format, but will do it only to meet a **REAL** need.
If answering this mail, **PLEASE** note that my strange userid phr00jg
contains two zeroes!!
DISCLAIMER: Prof of Physics, of course. Who else would keep such diskettes?