[fpc-pascal]Fw: RE: Toolkit
Florian.Klaempfl at gmx.de
Tue May 25 22:11:46 CEST 2004
Alan Mead wrote:
Jonas made already TTT patches to throw out all asm iirc. But be
patient, he's out of office this week :) If he doesn't read this email,
email him personally.
I propose that we put the sources in the fpc contrib source tree.
> This is cool. So, IIRC the original TTT sources have a whole lot of
> ASM code (I don't recall if it was ASM blocks on, I think my use
> pre-dated ASM blocks). Computers are so fast today that I wonder if
> it is needed; would we want to port the asm or just replace it with
> Pascal? (Hint, hint: I only know Pascal :)
> --- Frank W McCormick <fmccormick at sympatico.ca> wrote:
>> Last month a few people were inquiring about porting the Bob
>>Ainsbury toolkit to FPC - I tracked him down and
>>here is his go-ahead. Have fun!
>>Begin forwarded message:
>>Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 08:04:06 -0700
>>From: "Bob at Ainsbury.com" <bob at ainsbury.com>
>>To: "Frank W McCormick" <fmccormick at sympatico.ca>
>>Subject: RE: Toolkit
>>Sorry for the delay. I was out of the country.
>>Yes, please feel free to use it, but you will need to make sure
>>not accept responsibility for these "derivative works", i.e. any
>>that arise (even if they were in the original code) are your
>>Just don't want to inherit any pursuit from your customers.
>>Good Luck... and send me a copy!
>>Bob "TJ" Ainsbury
>>From: Frank W McCormick [mailto:fmccormick at sympatico.ca]
>>Sent: Friday, April 23, 2004 10:57 AM
>>To: bob at ainsbury.com
>> This email is to seek permission from you to port your
>>toolkit for Turbo Pascal to the latest FPC compiler.
>> We realize that not too many
>>people are still using Turbo-Pascal, so it would seem logical your
>>could go on in another form.
>> If you like I could release the code under
>>a modified GPL.
>> Hoping to hear from you.
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