[Oberon] NO still lives a little bit
fp at vonck.nl
Sun Nov 21 16:43:35 CET 2010
Jan Verhoeven and I are trying to find out which oberon compiler is best
for learning basic programming skills. He is looking into obc and I'm
checking out NO on linux.
Jan made a page on the gcd yesterday.
> just for the record. I'm still alive and use WinAos with WinXP.
> That means I use NO with tiled viewers. Mainly for managing my work in a
> document with outlines, checkboxes and a lot of coloring.
> Perhaps I will give it a try sometime to install Bluebottle on my
> notebook. The last try didn't work. Perhaps because it doesn't have IDE
> anymore. It's a Fujitsu/Siemens Amilo.
> Regards, Edgar
> Am 20.11.2010 16:10, schrieb Duke Normandin:
>> On Sat, 20 Nov 2010, Michaelian Ennis wrote:
>>> On Sat, Nov 20, 2010 at 9:10 AM, Duke Normandin<dukeofperl at ml1.net>
>>>> 1. What the heck is the significance of his Module/Procedure naming
>>>> convention - he uses OfeWhatever. What's the "Ofe" stand for? Just
>>> I've tried unsuccessfully in the past to contact him about that. If
>>> you do find (or figure) out what this is please do post it.
>> Whew! I'm not alone... :)
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