The files found here are to be considered very raw. They will include source code, binary, and documentation. MS won, unfortunately. Well, most of it is. It is modified somewhat, but some apps are compatible. The sources will be available here first.
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The files found here are to be considered very raw. They will include source code, binary, and documentation. MS won, unfortunately. Well, most of it is. It is modified somewhat, but some apps are compatible. The sources will be available here first. The first offering will be the source for GEM itself.
This source is RAW. It will take the efforts of some talented programmers to clean it up, and turn it into a solid, viable, operating system. I believe that there are several people out there who are more than capable of doing this.
The ZIP files have the make files, and compilers, so building the code should be possible. When someone gets this source to build, and run, PLEASE write up the instructions describing "how-to" do it, and send them to me. I will post them along with the source files for the next person to use. Also, if anyone fixes problems with these sources, please send them to me, and I will post them here.
The GEM source is in multiple parts. The first part is very large. It also includes all the video driver sources and the printer driver sources. The archive also contains the sources for the installation programs. ZIP is an application. TXT - this file has all the file locations and destinations in it.
Thanks to Ken Mauro for his work on this! It collects common routines into a library. It contains everything necessary to get going, including a compiler, an assembler, a linker, and lots of source code - all you need is an existing system. Some source, and binary, included. Here is the source for it. Have fun with it. It will likely be best for perusing, and grabbing code snippets from. This was [part of] a project, code named "Panther" at Digital Research, that was never finished.
The archive also includes the compilers required to assemble and compile the source. Includes source. It is a specification for GEM on an Atari hardware platform. This file is a good place to get started with GEM.
I [correctly] assume that means that all messages will be in German. Sample files; borders, clipart. This package looks pretty complete, and the source code is pretty easy to read,.
All messages, and documentation, are in German. Will require Turbo Pascal v4. This package was previously sold as shareware, but is distributed here free for non-commercial purposes with the permission of the author. Probably to remove the trash can. GEM v1. Version 1.
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