[TUHS] fortran compiler, in assembly, for pdp-11
ron at ronnatalie.com
Wed Mar 8 05:37:28 AEST 2017
Dunno. The first I dealt with was the f77 based on the pcc backend.
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I was not clear, evidently, although part of this is my memory's fault :-)
There was a fortran compiler on v6, written in assembly. I was wondering who wrote it.
On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 9:34 AM ron minnich <rminnich at gmail.com> wrote:
I spent a year or so working on this in 1977. I was wondering who wrote it.
Funny but: I once had a compile fail on Motorola's MPL compiler, which was written in fortran. It had so many continued comment lines that the 16-bit column number went negative, and I got a fairly obscure error.
Anyone remember who wrote it?
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