- languages/akcl-README.gz (91/10/12)
- languages/akcl-bin.Zaa (91/10/12)
- languages/akcl-bin.Zab (91/10/12)
- languages/akcl-bin.Zac (91/10/12)
- languages/akcl.tar.Zaa (91/10/12)
- languages/akcl.tar.Zab (91/10/12)
- languages/akcl.tar.Zac (91/10/12)
- languages/akcl.tar.Zad (91/10/12)
- languages/akcl.tar.Zae (91/10/12)
- This is VERY BIG! I mean it! It's the Kyoto Lisp
Interpreter, binary and source that is compiled for use on
the UNIXpc. Having a binary that is 1.4Mb large, you better
make sure you have plenty of real memory in your machine.
Thanks to Alex Crain (email@example.com) for placing that
up there, where I snarfed it and placed it here. Don't you
dare think about requesting this via the e-mail ftp server!
If you don't live in Ohio, and don't have a Trailblazer, I
suggest planning on spending some long distance telephone
- languages/awkl.tar.gz (93/02/15)
- This is, believe it or not, a version of LISP written in AWK.
A speed demon it's not.
- languages/ccc-1.5.sh.gz (91/10/12)
- Version 1.5 of ccc, a shell script to be used in place of
'cc' that makes compiling with shared libraries easier.
Along the same lines as shcc.
- languages/g++-bin.tar.gz (91/10/12)
- G++ binaries, version 1.39.0. This should probably be moved
to the "gnu" directory. To use these you also need
gcc-gas.tar.Z (for cpp and gas). The lib++.a file contains
only the stub routines necessary to link g++ programs.
- languages/gcc-gas.tar.gz (91/10/12)
- Gcc binaries, version 1.39. This version of gcc uses the
gnu assembler, which is included.
- languages/make.tar.gz (93/03/17)
- A version of make.
It's not the GNU version, so it's pretty vanilla, but that's probably the
best sort of package for the 7300/3b1.
- languages/modula2+IN.gz (91/10/12)
- A compiler for the Modula-2 programming language.
- languages/sbp-3b1.cpio.gz (91/10/12)
- How to make SB-Prolog V2.5 run on a UNIXpc.
- languages/shcc.cpio.gz (91/10/12)