[TUHS] B Source Code

Clem Cole clemc at ccc.com
Wed Sep 13 04:14:36 AEST 2017

Poke around the Honeywell archives.  I believe that there was at least one
implementation of QED and a runoff flavor that I saw.   As I believe Steve
Johnson has mentioned,iIt was popular at Waterloo at one point - so check
with the Waterloo folks. In fact, I had thought that Mike Malcom used it
for Thoth, QNX's predecessor.

On Tue, Sep 12, 2017 at 2:03 PM, Robert Swierczek <rmswierczek at gmail.com>

> Does anyone know of the existence of source code written in B (C's
> predecessor?)
> I have encountered a few snippets here and there, but nothing
> substantial.  The only "real" program that I know of is AberMUD-1.  It
> looks like there exists a physical print-out of it:
> https://dropsafe.crypticide.com/article/12714
> Could it be that this is the only artifact left of this most important
> "missing link" of C and Unix History?  How can this (and any other B
> source) be gathered and preserved?
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