Part 37 - Aug 12 2004

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Anything to report?

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#1098 Anything to report?
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Ronald
Aug 25, 2004
Someone put up a web site? New mailing list?
Or cloned one of the basic apps included in Merlin?

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Would PL/I be any good for a Workplace Shell replacement?

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#1099 Would PL/I be any good for a Workplace Shell replacement?
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Ronald
Aug 25, 2004
I was also wondering in what language was the Workplace Shell itself
made in?

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Re: [osFree] Would PL/I be any good for a Workplace Shell replacement?

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#1100 Re: [osFree] Would PL/I be any good for a Workplace Shell replacement?
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Jeffrey J Gaynor/jqhome
Aug 25, 2004
C originally. Later some provisions for C++ were added. Even though it
supposedly was to be CORBA compliant so many languages could be made, that
all died when IBM stopped development. Your options are C/C++ and my recent
experiences show that the tools are no longer well maintained and take some
fiddling to get to work. (get the latest toolkit and get the Open Watcom
compiler) Pity, since the WPS is one huge draw for me and many others.

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Re: [osFree] Would PL/I be any good for a Workplace Shell replacement?

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#1101 Re: [osFree] Would PL/I be any good for a Workplace Shell replacement?
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Lynn H. Maxson
Aug 25, 2004
"I was also wondering in what language was the Workplace
Shell itself made in?"

Probably in C, C++, and assembly.

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Newsletter for osFree Members

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#1102 Newsletter for osFree Members
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Documenting the OS2 API - KernAllocSpinLock

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#1103 Documenting the OS2 API - KernAllocSpinLock
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Daniel Lee Kruse
Sep 15, 2004
John,
Please indicate if this is lacking in anyway.

This is the KEE32 api documentation at:
http://www.unixos2.org/sw/pub/docs/xfree86/kee.html

KernAllocSpinLock
Synopsis
APIRET APIENTRY KernAllocSpinLock(KEESpinLock* sl);
Description
Initializes a spinlock to synchronize SMP processor access to a resource.
Parameters

sl
Pointer to a spinlock structure in 32 bit memory.

More to follow...
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Re: Anything to report?

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#1104 Re: Anything to report?
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Thomas Lee Mullins
Sep 20, 2004
--- In osFree@yahoogroups.com, "Ronald" <angrybrit@h...> wrote:

> Someone put up a web site? New mailing list?
> Or cloned one of the basic apps included in Merlin?

The only website that I know of is http://www.osfree.org
and the latest news there is 12-2003.

You might want to check out http://www.netlabs.org for
any apps or programs that you might be thinking of.

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OSFree Site?

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#1105 OSFree Site?
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Thomas Lee Mullins
Sep 20, 2004
Who is doing/updating/maintaining the OSFree site?
http://www.osfree.org
The latest news is from December of 2003.

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Re: [osFree] OSFree Site?

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#1106 Re: [osFree] OSFree Site?
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Yuri Prokushev
Sep 20, 2004
** Reply to message from "Thomas Lee Mullins" <jerseywarp@...> on Mon,
20 Sep 2004 17:05:37 -0000

> Who is doing/updating/maintaining the OSFree site?
> http://www.osfree.org
> The latest news is from December of 2003.

I am.

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Bootable JFS?

Post by admin » Sat Jan 05, 2019 6:26 am

#1107 Bootable JFS?
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Tom Lee Mullins
Sep 21, 2004
I came across this link at OS/2 World.
Since it is open source and bootabla,
could it be used with OSFree/FreeOS?
http://os2usr.dyndns.org/jfsboot.html
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