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RE: Looking for old Delta programs
This is great! It's up on the web site now.
http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~mader/delta/downloadrsts.html is the place
to go. Now everybody can relive the RSTS experience. I trust all of you
former Deltoids are going to want to at least take a look at this! I'll
be curious to hear your reaction to RSTS after 20+ years? Seems a bit
more primitive than I remember. Enjoy!
From: Gary L. Luckenbaugh [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, June 06, 1998 10:26 PM
Subject: Looking for old Delta programs
We now have RSTS up and running under Windows 95. I sent a disk image
and compiled simulator to Bob to put on the web site. Bob Supnik at
DEC helped us debug the problem with BASIC-PLUS. It turns out there is
an obscure error on the Pentium processor that causes 1u<<32 to return
1. This breaks the FPP emulation.
If you have any old BASIC-PLUS programs in machine readable form, send
them to me via e-mail. It's fairly easy to import them into RSTS by
attaching the simulated paper tape reader to a DOS file. You then
enter the command "OLD PR:"
I found some old DECUS stuff on sunsite.unc.edu, but there doesn't
appear to be any Delta stuff there.
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