Which Modula-3 for Win95 & cygwin-b20.1?

Richard Watts Richard.Watts@cl.cam.ac.uk
Fri Dec 11 06:07:00 GMT 1998

On Thu 10 December 1998, Klaus Reinhardt
<K.Rdt@tu-berlin.de> wrote:

>A few days ago I heard from cygwin and now I'm very happy about it,
>using on Win-96 for instance the Cygwin-Unix-Shell and below an old
>DOS-Window for my own assembler-programs.
>Which (free) Modula-3-Compiler (binary or source) is recommendable
>for Win95 and cygwin-b20.1 and where can I get it? Till now I have
>searched on m3.polymtl.ca, but the 'tree' is full and the net was 
>slow. Archie could help me not very efficiently. 

 Polymtl Modula-3 is the current best distribution - go to
m3.polymtl.ca, select the top of the current release tree, then
fill in the form for a .tgz download.

 If that doesn't work, Cambridge Modula-3 
( http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/m3doc/linux/cambridge.html ) should work:
it certainly works with b18, but it's a rather old distribution
and isn't currently maintained (though if you mail me about bugs
I may be able to fix them).

 http://www.m3.org/ has general information, RPMs, etc.


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