[Oberon] Project Oberon Network Setup
bob at web-options.com
Sat Dec 20 21:29:58 CET 2014
The source of NW's Oberon-07 code generator is here:
Scroll down to 'PROCEDURE Get' and you can see the whole of SYSTEM.Get, not just the first statement. A few lines later you can see the code forSYSTEM.Copy (not Move)
> On 20 Dec 2014, at 19:31, eas lab <lab.eas at gmail.com> wrote:
> My reasoning is false.
> Instead of selecting a part and denying that MY selection exposes the code,
> I should ask you to please paste the first statement of eg. the Procs:
> SYSTEM.Get & SYSTEM.Move
> On 12/20/14, eas lab <lab.eas at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> We don't like this type of deception.
>>> If the project is not "open", that's OK; but such should be stated up
>> Chris Burrows wrote:
>> ]I don't understand. You have ALL the source code. What is not "open"?
>> Where were the sources of <SYSTEM.Mod> exposed: that I've been using for
>> the last 20 years?
>> <bob at web-options.com> wrote:
>> ] It's stated in part 12 of the language report.
>> ] You can't get much more up-front than that, except perhaps by
>> ] moving it to part 1.
>> -> System.Execute locate eport | grep ext ==
>> /mnt/hdc6/home/oberon/docu/Oberon.Report.Text ==
>> The Programming Language Oberon-2
>> H. Mössenböck, N. Wirth
>> Institut für Computersysteme, ETH Zürich,
>> 1 Introduction
>> 10 Procedure Declarations
>> 11 Modules
>> Appendix A Definitions of Terms
>> -> Search: SYSTEM ==
>> Appendix C The Module SYSTEM ==
>> The module SYSTEM contains certain types and procedures that are
>> necessary to implement low-level operations particular to a given
>> computer and/or implementation. These include for example facilities
>> This does NOT 'open the code implementation'.
>> I'm guessing that it was previously NOT-open, for good reasons,
>> and it's becoming more open now?
>> == Chris Glur.
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