[M3devel] Architecture descriptions of software/hardware in Modula-2+

Daniel Alejandro Benavides D. dabenavidesd at yahoo.es
Mon Apr 25 00:54:26 CEST 2011

Hi all:
fortunately they had recognition was made by some sue, but for an issue; the claim they created a thing for the development of it:
Which is nice given that a patent is hold means that somehow everybody agrees with that I guess, but who *may not* be affected by it, exactly the counterexample of just another read my lips example :) of patents.

Thanks in advance 

--- El dom, 24/4/11, Daniel Alejandro Benavides D. <dabenavidesd at yahoo.es> escribió:

> De: Daniel Alejandro Benavides D. <dabenavidesd at yahoo.es>
> Asunto: [M3devel] Architecture descriptions of software/hardware in Modula-2+
> Para: m3devel at elegosoft.com
> Fecha: domingo, 24 de abril, 2011 15:47
> Hi all:
> using google found this ftp directory (Modula2+ VAX):
> ftp://ftp.cisco.com/pub/rfc/DEC
> If DEC guys allowed to read and copy this is because they
> worked not just its products, but also their specifications,
> would be nice to see the Time modules explained in:
> /TIME_V1_0_0.PS
> If it's of enterprise and historical (academic) interest
> language could gain recognition from that, I mean they
> founded several open source projects back in time, which
> became later de-facto standards, it would be nice to see if
> this is of enough interest of their internal sources (can't
> forget Modula-3 was just one of them).
> They further developed Modula2+ into Modula2+Epsilon, which
> could be said to be a Modula3 in house brother if so.
> Furthermore there is a private source code library of
> internal design/layout chips components, later things could
> show they did watch to continue some of their work of prior
> language(s) or of its younger brother. See:
> http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=
> Anyway this might be seen as a history on programming
> languages PhD project or so and computers if so (my CS
> professor told DEC machines were able to be specified to
> some large extent by its consumers and it seems by their
> producers too e.g like VAXstations). I never had the
> opportunity of doing something like that, perhaps computers
> have change, or like most people has changed, interesting
> ...
> Thanks in advance

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