11S084 Symposium Tape from the RSX SIG, Spring 1985, New Orleans
Version: V2, Spring 1985
Submitted by: Glenn C. Everhart, Ph.D., RCA Corp., Cherry Hill, NJ
Operating System: IAS, P/OS, RSX-11D, RSX-11M, RSX-11M-PLUS, VAX/VMS
Source Language: APL, BASIC-11, C, DCL, FORTRAN 77, FORTRAN IV,
FORTRAN IV-PLUS, MACRO-11, MACRO-32, TECO, VAX-11 FORTRAN Keywords:
Emulators, KERMIT, RUNOFF, Spreadsheet
Abstract: This tape contains a variety of utilities of interest to
RSX, IAS, VMS and some micro users.
Utilities are too numerous to mention, but some included
files are: DTC for PDP-11, 8088, and VAX, AnalytiCalc
(version with 10,000 by 10,000 on PDP-11, 32,000 by 32,000
on VAX) spreadsheet and with DIF file access to AnalytiCalc
saved files and to DTR databases, window editor for
utilities, 8088 VT100 emulator, Z80 Focal, XLISP, BBASE
DBMS, PL/1 debugger, new DDT with backtrace,
Squeeze/unsqueeze, LOGO, Supermac, Skeleton device drivers
for M, M-PLUS, TAR floppy read/write, new Bonner RUNOFF
(superset of VAX DSR), reset control-S, VMS-like Show
Terminal, VTL file examiner, VMS-like DIRECTORY, new SRD,
DEUNA driver fixes and DEQNA driver, FORTRAN callable CSI$,
KERMIT for PDP-11, MS/DOS, CP/M and new C KERMIT comm
program (also new VMS KERMIT exe), BRU command line builder,
I/D space APL-11 for M-PLUS V2.1 or later, COMPOSE utility
to create custom character sets on VT200 (with APL example).
The tape is available in VMS BACKUP formats, see DECUS No.
V-SP-43. Some of the utilities (e.g. KERMITs, AnalytiCalc
and DTC) are more recent versions than those on the VAX SIG
tape, Spring 1985, for native mode VMS use as well as RSX
No guarantees are made to the completeness, usability, or
quality of the programs on the tape and the material has not
been checked or reviewed.
Notes: This version adds an RSX Tape Index and other new items.
Complete sources not included.
Media (Service Charge Code): 2400' Magnetic Tape (PS) Format: BRU
V3.2, 1600 BPI ONLY, TK50 Tape Cartridge (TC) Format: BRU V3.2
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