Re: Lisa software beyond 7/7

From: Brian Foley <bfoley_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 13:59:37 +0000

On Tue, Mar 06, 2007 at 01:37:45AM -0800, Nama wrote:
> While we are on the topic of software and disk images. Does anyone
> have any unusual software for the lisa OS that is not part of the 7
> applicationss bundled with the 7/7 OS?

I don't know if you'd count the test discs, and Lisa Pascal Workshop 2.0 and 3.0 as part of 7/7 or not. Technically they're not, but I imagine they're not what you had in mind. In any event they're easy enough to find floating around the net.

The only things I know of are Lisa Xenix (which is easy to find) and the Lisa Smalltalk implementation described in chapter 10 of Bits of History, Words of Advice (which definitely *isn't* easy to find, and I'd really like to have).

The other piece of non-7/7 software I've heard of is a UNIX implementation called UniPlus, although I've never seen any direct confirmation that this ever actually existed.

For those interested in Smalltalk in general, a number of free scans of Smalltalk books, including Bits of History, can be downloaded from

Brian Foley.

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