Modula-2/modula-3 complier 
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 Modula-2/modula-3 complier

Where can i have a copy of modula 2/modula 3 compiler ????
I am using a modula 2 compiler at universtity but itt is in BSD Unix... I
need a dos base or windows base mod 2 /mod 3 compiler so that I can use
it at home....
Any public domain m2/m3 compiler around ????????


Wed, 24 Sep 1997 03:00:00 GMT  
 Modula-2/modula-3 complier

Quote:

>Where can i have a copy of modula 2/modula 3 compiler ????
>I am using a modula 2 compiler at universtity but itt is in BSD Unix... I
>need a dos base or windows base mod 2 /mod 3 compiler so that I can use
>it at home....
>Any public domain m2/m3 compiler around ????????

  Well, it's not "public domain", but it is free..  Though it has some
drawbacks, GPMPC does okay.  It can be ftp'd from:
ftp://pluto.fit.qut.edu.au/pub/gpm_modula2/

  Also, I was going to suggest you read the FAQ for more sites, but I
just realized that I have the relevant information right here..  This
is a modified excerpt, showing companies/sites offering M2 for the PC:
3 WHERE CAN I GET MODULA-2 COMPILERS?
  3.1 Where can I get commercial Modula-2 compilers?
  In this section, the listings are by name of the manufacturer (marked M)
or distributor (marked D.)

[Many non-PC makers deleted]

Gardens Point
  activity  MD
  products  Gardens Point Modula-2
  platforms UNIX, Linux, DJGPP, Windows NT (no Mac)
            DOS (free to adopters of UNIX product)
  office    Queensland University of Technology
            Gardens Point Branch
            2 George Street
            POB 2434 Brisbane
            Queensland Australia 4001
  contact   John Gough

  voice     +61 7-864-2132
  fax       +61 7-864-1801

Real Time Associates Ltd.
  activity  D
  products  Compilers, books, and training courses
  platforms numerous
  office    Canning House 59
            Canning Road Croyden Surrey
            CR0 6QF UK
  voice     (+44) 081 656 7333
  fax       (+44) 081 655 0401

Stony Brook Software
  activity MD
  products  Stoneybrook Modula-2
  platforms DOS/Windows
  office    187 E. Wilbur, Suite 4
            Thousand Oaks
            CA 91360, USA
  contact   Norman Black

  voice     +1 (805) 496-5837
  BBS       +1 (805) 379-3357

TERRA Datentechnik
  activity  D
  products  Logitech and ??
  platforms DOS
  office    Bahnhofstrasse 33
            CH-8703 Erlenbach
            Switzerland
  voice     +41/1/910 35 55
  fax       +41/1/910 19 92

TopSpeed Corp (formerly Clarion)
  activity  MD
  products  Topspeed Modula-2
            CDBW (has Windows VID, can link with TopSpeed M2)
  platforms DOS, DOS Extender, MS-Windows 3.1 (with some work)
            OS/2
  office1   Clarion Software (Europe) Pty Ltd
            3 The Mansards, Tavistock Street
            Bedford, England, MK40 2RX
  voice    +44 234 267500
  fax      +44 234 217094
  office2   150 East Sample Road
            Pompano Beach
            FL  USA 33064
  voice    1-800-354-5444 (free call in US)
  voice2   1-305-785-4555 EXT. 105
  fax      1-305-946-1650

They also have a BBS (I never tried this) :

1-305-785-2594

  3.2 Where can I get a free/shareware compiler on the net?
Fitted Software Tools Modula-2 for DOS
  ftp://ftp.psg.com/pub/modula-2/pc/

Gardens Point Modula-2 for various platforms
  ftp://pluto.fit.qut.edu.au/pub/gpm_modula2/

MacLogimo for the Macintosh
  ftp://ftp.psg.com/pub/modula-2/mac/maclogimo/

MacMETH Modula-2 for Macintosh
  ftp://neptune.inf.ethz.ch/pub/macmeth/
  ftp://ftp.psg.com/pub/modula-2/mac/macMETH/

4 WHERE CAN I GET SOURCE CODE AND OTHER INFORMATION/LIBRARIES?
  4.1 Is there source available on the net?
   A. Here are some net sites I have accessed at one time or another.  I am
not sure if all are still available or what is in them.
   ftp://ee.newcastle.edu.au/pub/modula2/
   ftp://ftp.psg.com/pub/modula-2/
   ftp://ftp.twu.ca/FTP/pub/modula2/ ( Home of this FAQ)
   ftp://neptune.inf.ethz.ch/pub/
   ftp://NIC.SWITCH.CH
   ftp://sageftp.inel.gov/ftp/pub/sage/
   ftp://titania.mathematik.uni-ulm.de/pub/soft/modula/

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Good luck!  :-)

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Wed, 24 Sep 1997 03:00:00 GMT  
 Modula-2/modula-3 complier

Quote:
>Where can i have a copy of modula 2/modula 3 compiler ????
>I am using a modula 2 compiler at universtity but itt is in BSD Unix... I
>need a dos base or windows base mod 2 /mod 3 compiler so that I can use
>it at home....
>Any public domain m2/m3 compiler around ????????

QUT have an ISO modula compiler available at:
ftp.pluto.fit.qut.edu.au
I have heard reports that it can be hard to get hold of, I have experienced
problems myself but keep trying.

Greg



Thu, 25 Sep 1997 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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