[Oberon] [EXT] Re: all in one git tree
hklaver at dds.nl
Tue Nov 30 02:04:33 CET 2021
Thanks for your work on the Oberon Wikibook!
The navigation instructions to Roman Mirr's Oberon Language revision pages look OK to me.
I have a webpage with a link to the only book of the 'Oberon Trilogy' that is missing from
your Wikibook (The Oberon System: User Guide and Programmer's Manual, by Martin Reiser).
You can find it here: https://hansklav.home.xs4all.nl/oberon.shtml
With kind regards,
> Op 27 nov. 2021, om 10:41 heeft peter at easthope.ca het volgende geschreven:
> From: Hans Klaver <hklaver at dds.nl>
> Date: Sun, 27 Dec 2020 17:44:25 +0100
>> As an example of how this could be done and how well this works the
>> GitHub pages by romiras (Roman Mirr) of the Oberon Language revisions
>> (especially since 2007) are quite illustrative.
>> In the above mentioned page click on 'Oberon07.Report.pdf.txt' ...
> Now under https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Oberon#Links . The navigation
> instructions are valuable for anyone not familiar with github.
> Thanks Hans, ... P.L.
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