Re: the pascal workshop quiestions

From: toby <toby_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2007 14:07:27 -0700

On Apr 27, 5:40 pm, simon <sim..._at_email.domain.hidden> wrote:
> hello all,
> i've finally installed the pascal workshop on my lisa besides LOS 3.1
> and macworks XL, but i have a few questions:
> during the install process with the nine floppies, the installer quits
> at floppy seven, saying that a minimal install was done and further
> installs can be done in the workshop. but how is that done. is there
> somewhere the documentation for this?

> I want to install C as well, but have not found it yet.

There is C? If so, I didn't hear about it. The earliest C I saw on Mac (e.g.) was Whitesmiths which ran under the Apple 68K development environment (Editor/Assembler) - the first 'native' Mac IDE (later replaced by MPW). As coincidence would have it, I was running those tools on a Mac XL at the time.

[OT: Aztec C followed shortly afterwards, then Lightspeed/THINK, TML Pascal, etc. But Lisa Pascal was the recommended cross-build environment long after C compilers appeared for the Mac.]


> --
> met vriendelijke groet
> Simon Claessen
> sim..._at_email.domain.hidden

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