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  1. DString is Oberon-2. From the docs: "Some library modules are written in Oberon-2, others in Modula-2. In general, any library can be used from both languages. However, do not forget that Oberon modules use implicit memory deallocation scheme and require garbage collection. Refer to the Multilangauge programming Chapter of the XDS User's Guide."
  2. Just a short note as the issue with helpfiles was solved thanks to Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607/en-us Executables are available for x32 and x64 systems. Needless to say:
  3. Would it be much work to update the helpfiles to a newer format? Would be much appreciated... Win7 doesn't like the old format at all - Thanks in advance Christoph
  4. Yes. Nothing to add but my personal thank you! Does beta mean the usual? There will be a release? Best wishes! Christoph
  5. Is it possible to switch the language of the application? The menus are not readable for me (there only appear "???"-strings for every entry).
  6. http://freepages.modula2.org/downl.html#misc
  7. make usually is a package of its own (not part of gcc as you can use different utilities in the open source world if you wish) in Debian-based distributions. And I think you'll have it installed with Ubuntu (which I never used) - but why not try by typing make in a commandline?
  8. I guess some work has also been done for pthreads. Have a look at the sources of GNU Modula-2, especially here: http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/gm2/examples/pthread/?root=gm2 Some posts to the GNU Modula-2 mailing list may also be interesting, eg: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/gm2/2004-08/msg00009.html Here are the search results (pthreads) from the mailing list: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/cgi-bin/namazu.cgi?query=pthreads&submit=Search!&idxname=gm2&max=10&result=normal&sort=score Christoph
  9. There is PageSix, an IRC bot written by Terry Ross. I think he used XDS Modula-2 and the sockets library. http://gitorious.org/page-six Some other pages are listed here: http://freepages.modula2.org/probl.html Hope this helps C.
  10. I am pretty sure a lightweight (compared to Eclipse) IDE would be very important for Modula-2. A few years ago an IDE for the FST Modula-2 compiler got quite a lot of interest (http://sourceforge.net/projects/mide3de2/) but development stopped at a very early stage and the sourcecode was never published. Maybe you can make something available? Regards Christoph
  11. I'd be really interested. Is the experimental version for XDS Modula-2?
  12. As far as you are talking about freely available software and as long as you do not want to spend money or simply write directly to the Excelsior support I guess you'll have to use XDS-C with the compatibility pack and use a C-compiler for the target platform. As the homepage of Excelsior states: "XDS-C is a Modula-2/Oberon-2 'via C' compiler: its output is ANSI C, K&R C, or C++ source code, which is subject to further compilation by a third party C/C++ compiler." Which means older compilers will hopefully work. C.
  13. Is that a problem in the XDS environment and its integrated editor? If it is, have you tried to use another font (Configure - Colors and Fonts - Tab "Editor", there's a button to set the Fonts)? I use Fixedsys/Standard which works well but I am using Windows Vista. If you cannot solve the problem that way, have a look at alternative editors (e.g. Notepad++, there are some posts here to help with this). Good luck, Christoph
  14. I also payed for the book - I do not know if it is available for "viewing before paying" somewhere in the pdf form. If you purchased the book I am sure sending Mr Sutcliffe an email with the order-information or something will be enough to request the file. C