[M3devel] M3devel Digest, Vol 56, Issue 31
Daniel Alejandro Benavides D.
dabenavidesd at yahoo.es
Wed Jun 29 16:51:35 CEST 2011
just in case matters there were coins about the same time Wirth and fellows wrote their ideas on paper:
by Namir Clement Shammas, although totally unrelated by the way it describes as I can see so far, nevertheless perhaps considering this ideas could be a better way of realize what the world was like in that time, and why they should be taken on account just in case it matters today.
Still others follow their own "Paradise" dreams like:
But agree Modula-3 pay it's bills: http://books.google.com/books?ei=wjoLTrmOHdGgtgelp6hp&ct=result&id=UdtQAAAAMAAJ&dq=exceptions+modula3&q=modula#search_anchor
Interesting enough is that there was a Turbo Modula-2, I believe was object oriented, never saw anything of its code.
What do you think of them?
Thanks in advance
--- El mié, 29/6/11, Olaf Wagner <wagner at elegosoft.com> escribió:
> De: Olaf Wagner <wagner at elegosoft.com>
> Asunto: Re: [M3devel] M3devel Digest, Vol 56, Issue 31
> Para: m3devel at elegosoft.com
> Fecha: miércoles, 29 de junio, 2011 05:37
> Quoting felipe valdez <felipevaldez at gmail.com>:
> > 2011/6/28 <m3devel-request at elegosoft.com>
> >> Quoting felipe valdez <felipevaldez at gmail.com>:
> >> > is anybody in this list actively working on
> >> Probably not.
> >> None of the regular users seems to have both time
> and interest for
> >> much advertising.
> > this is a very sad thing to hear.
> > I wonder why...
> Everybody deeply involved in his work or research
> >> > is having a larger modula3 community,
> >> Of course it is; any help in keeping m3 alive is
> much appreciated.
> >> But you cannot command support in an open source
> project; people
> >> will just do what interests them.
> > this I guess is just true of any Open source project,
> > which leads me to think really hard about,
> > given this fact, how did it get so large and complex
> at all!
> > in fact how did any OS project did got like that!
> > it must really be in the interest of some people!
> Modula-3 was developed mostly at the Systems Research
> Center of
> Digital, though it was never a sold product of them. The
> code base
> was always free, and later used in university research and
> and the base for a commercial distribution (by Critical
> Mass Inc.),
> which then was released as open source again some years
> Development was mostly done in university or enterprise
> research labs;
> there never was much of an independent user community.
> There are some dozen users left with very different
> application areas
> and interests.
> Any newcomers are welcome and contributions are greatly
> regardless if of technical of advertising nature.
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