[Oberon] Help in using an Oberon systems.

Srinivas Nayak sinu.nayak2001 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 18:00:15 CET 2012

Dear All,

Some important doubts on Oberon:
1. Which Oberon system is most stable? Native Oberon?
2. Which Oberon system isup-to-date with today's world? LinuxAOS?
3. Does Wirth's book on Oberon contain FULL source code of the Ceres 
Oberon OS? Or just code snippets to illustrate the concept?
4. What is the latest book on Oberon?
5. Which line of Oberon system is being currently developed? x86 
(Native) Oberon? System 3? A2?

With thanks and best regards,

Yours sincerely,
Srinivas Nayak

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Bob Walkden wrote:
>> From: Nemo [mailto:cym224 at gmail.com]
>> On 12 December 2012 15:14, Bob Walkden<bob at web-options.com>  wrote (in
>> part):
>>> The book which tells you about the basic Oberon system and how to use
>>> it is "The Oberon System: User Guide and Programmer's Manual " by
>> Martin Reiser.
>>> This is what I used when I first started, at about the time the book
>>> was published.
>>> Programming is described in "Programming in Oberon: Steps Beyond
>>> Pascal and Modula" by Reiser and Niklaus Wirth, who designed and
>> wrote
>>> the system with Prof. Gutknecht.
>> Has anyone read "Oberon Companion: A Guide to Using and Programming
>> Oberon System 3" by Fisher and Marais?  (I do not have a copy and am
>> curious.)
> Yes, I have a copy of it, and have read most of it I think, and made use of
> much of it, but not in a professional capacity. I use the Wirthian stuff to
> help keep me sane, to refresh my perspective, and to help keep things
> simple. Professionally I have always worked in commercial IT so have always
> used mainstream products, except for a brief interlude in the early 90s when
> I wrote a large-ish system in Modula-2.
> The thing about Gadgets (and Aos) is that it feels like an attempt to build
> yet another GUI that's essentially the same as Windows and the rest, which
> is not very interesting. The original Oberon concept was very different, and
> still stands apart from everything I've used with the possible exception of
> Smalltalk.
> B
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