Greetings from Freiburg, EU

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Maeke
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Re: Greetings from Freiburg, EU

Post by Maeke » Wed Nov 01, 2017 8:30 am

arf wrote:
Mon Oct 30, 2017 6:49 pm
exxos wrote:
Mon Oct 30, 2017 5:42 pm
And plus mostly things in recent years actually cheaper than when they first come out in the 80s :lol:
Well … :lol: I *had* Calamus 1.09N cracked, copied from a friend from a friend from … but it was barely usable, so unstable it was. Most probably due to the crack. So I lost interest quickly.

But indeed, Abandonware is really a relief in terms of conserving the interesting bits&pieces of the platform. Unfortunately and understandably, as always, the majority of conservation is done for big, well-known software packages that were popular back then. The lesser known ones are way harder to find, if at all. BCPL compiler? STeVe? Hänisch Modula-2? Redacteur? IDRIS? Not in the typical places, if at all.
By Redacteur you mean the french software? I have it in my files and i downloaded it. In those links you can find v3 http://christophe.bray.free.fr/informat ... ri_st2.htm
And he the v4 http://www.planetemu.net/roms/atari-st-applications-st on the second link i also saw steve.
If i take too long to reply, sorry my cat is sleeping on my laps.

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Re: Greetings from Freiburg, EU

Post by arf » Wed Nov 01, 2017 9:03 am

Maeke wrote:
Wed Nov 01, 2017 8:30 am
By Redacteur you mean the french software? I have it in my files and i downloaded it. In those links you can find v3 http://christophe.bray.free.fr/informat ... ri_st2.htm
And he the v4 http://www.planetemu.net/roms/atari-st-applications-st on the second link i also saw steve.
Yes - many thanks!
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