[Oberon] Project Oberon 2013 on GitHub?
lab.eas at gmail.com
Thu Apr 10 10:02:53 CEST 2014
Let's not lose sight of the fact that this project BELONGS to NW/ETHZ!
If it's captured by the popularist vultures, it may turn to crap.
I don't want to see jewels diluted by garbage.
OTOH, as soon as I get the keybrd & mouse running on V5/rPi,
I want to announce it on the Pi:Newsgroup; and I want to mention
how many instructions has risc got?
I'll check the mail which listed file sizes.
For decades NW has been advocating simplicity, and he has
ACHIEVED it, as proven by the <size>.
People ignored him; and now they'll want to gobble-up his project.
Previously: my first test run of V5/rPi was on X11 AFAIR.
It seemed to have lost keybrd, but Ctrl/Alt/Del did reboot.
Then I ran it under <non X>, which is what I prefer [LNO is more
impressive, under FrameBuffer], and now Ctrl/Alt/Del is also
== Chris Glur.
PS. these new-fads like: <various developmenthubs:git..etc>,
M$, gmail are like the tobacco vendors.
In the 90's I could conveniently get email.
Then for socio/political reasons local ISPs collapsed.
Now I'm shackled with lame gmail.
On 4/10/14, Jan Verhoeven <jan at verhoeven272.nl> wrote:
> volkert at nivoba.de wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> as i understand the "Project Oberon 2013" Book and Sources are
>> maintained / updated
>> by NW itself. But i ask myself, if it makes more sense to put the full
>> Project on GitHub and
>> hope that some volunteers help cleaning things up, offering patches, etc
>> ... I would help ...
> Count me in as well.
> Just put some new Oberon stuff here
> http://fruttenboel.verhoeven272.nl/Oberon/index.html in the Ceres
> section. I hope I have it all understood well enough
>> The nice "Oberon RISC Emulator" is a good example here ...
>> Oberon at lists.inf.ethz.ch mailing list for ETH Oberon and related systems
> Jan Verhoeven
> Oberon at lists.inf.ethz.ch mailing list for ETH Oberon and related systems
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