BDS C Compiler/Linker Retail Distributions and Source Code,
released 9/19/2002 by Leor Zolman.
The archive contains the last generation retail distributions of BDS C for both "vanilla" CP/M-80 and ZCPR3, and the full corresponding source code (in LASM 8080 assembler format) of the major executable commands in the package: cc, cc2, and clink. Please read the BDS-C readme for more details.
BDS-C complete retail distribution : 1.51M (with full sources and PDF manual).
BDS-C sources : 153K (compiler and linker source code only).
BDS-C PDF manual : 541K This is the BDS C user guide in PDF format (click to view, right-click to download).
Please check out Leor's Web Site for more information and possible updates.
Peter Hochstrasser has released his "Modula-2 System for Z80 CP/M" per the following message fragment (quoted from Hal Bower's Web Site):
From: "Peter Hochstrasser" Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2002 15:29:58 +0200 X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook IMO, Build 9.0.2416 (9.0.2910.0) Hal Having mulled over this for much too long, I say, let's do it. Just put it on the sites you find OK. As stated below, no support is available, and, as I'm sad to say, not even the manual text is available - it was done using WordStar, MagicBind and a Visual-100 terminal with programmable function keys, using command macros for most of the formatting. It was easy to create at that time... Yours truly Peter HochstrasserThe Modula-2 System for Z80 CP/M was distributed on three 8-inch diskettes in standard CP/M format. Files on each of these three diskettes were consolidated into one with a version of ZIP utilities that allows extraction with the "UNZIP.COM" program available on the Walnut Creek CP/M CDROM (and other places). This way, you can extract them on native CP/M 2.2 and compatible systems.
DISK1.ZIP : 100K Executable (.COM) programs (1985)
DISK2.ZIP : 68K Module (.MRL) and Symbol (.MSY) files (1985)
DISK3.ZIP : 31K Sample programs and library sources (1985)
Modula-2 manuals : 3.1M,
the original manuals: 10/23/2004 07:23 AM 116,723 Modula2_1_Preface.pdf 10/23/2004 07:22 AM 295,728 Modula2_2_Startup.pdf 10/23/2004 07:19 AM 1,267,472 Modula2_3_Introduction.pdf 10/23/2004 09:14 AM 878,548 Modula2_4_Implementation.pdf 10/23/2004 09:39 AM 294,877 Modula2_5_Programming.pdf 10/23/2004 10:11 AM 370,708 Modula2_6_Appendices.pdf 10/23/2004 10:19 AM 115,720 Modula2_7_Index.pdf addendum/errata pages: 10/23/2004 10:49 AM 17,406 Modula2_3_Introduction_Addendum.pdf 10/23/2004 10:41 AM 21,135 Modula2_5_Programming_Addendum.pdf 10/23/2004 10:38 AM 137,631 Modula2_4_Implementation_Addendum.pdf 10/23/2004 10:46 AM 18,624 Modula2_New_Bibliography.pdf
PARASOL, a public domain compiler for CP/M, 155K.
This is what the author writes about it:
PARASOL is a language I developed myself for my own business use. It has been tailored to provide the features I needed for the applications I have developed over the last several years. Due to the overwhelming popularity of the MS-DOS systems running on the 8086, I feel that there is no longer any need to keep this to myself. Therefore, I am placing this into the public domain so that others may benefit from it. PARASOL is not modeled after any one particular language, but has features derived from COBOL, ALGOL, and PASCAL (and maybe just a touch of BASIC). The individual statements are COBOL-like while the structure of the language more closely follows ALGOL. The language provides many high-level constructs, especially in the area of file record I/O, yet it maintains the closeness to the machine hardware which is so necessary in those difficult situations.
AS8080.ZIP : 1.85M, Win32 executable
A WINDOWS(TM) 32bit GUI program.
A hack but very capable. Assembles almost all DR ASM/MAC code with little or NO modifications. Reads Intel mnemonics with z80 extensions (or can use DR zlib.mac). Produces sRec, iHex, or binary. Generates listing. Extensions to assemble for the floating point co-processor in the ZEMU emulator. Additions of many directives from several other assemblers makes writing code easy. Package includes AS8080 (a z80 assembler), a z80 dissassembler with ability to define data areas not to be encoded as instructions. Output can be assembled with AS8080 (or if i8080 only, with DR ASM/MAC). Package also includes a program to assemble binaries into a bootable disk image. Designed for hobbiest use.
Here is some sample code for this assembler: sampz80.zip.
Al Hawley has authorized the free distribution of his ZMAC Z80/Z180 Assembler/Linker/Librarian package in the following message snippet (from Hal Bower's Web Site):
From: Al Hawley Date: Sat, 25 May 2002 22:04:09 -0700 X-Mailer: KMail [version 1.2] Hal, as far as I am concerned, ZMAC and ZML can be distributed freely with no strings attached. I am pretty sure that I will have little to do with them, (rest snipped)The files comprising the complete distribution disk are available here as one .ZIP file. Extracting this file under MSDOS or Linux creates a subdirectory (HAWLEY1) containing four more subdirectories with files to go in four User Areas (USER0..USER3) on the CP/M diskette. A 'README' file in each user area explains the contents and necessary instructions.
Al Hawley's ZMAC : 302K Al Hawley's Z80/Z180 Assembler/Linker/Librarian
The first major assembler that was available to run on S100 systems was
Processor Technologies SCS-1 (pre-dates ALS-8). PT put it in the public
domain and IMSAI and others sold paper-tape & cassette copies with a manual
that had the entire source code listed.
Here's the SCS-1 ("Self Contained System") source code:
ALS-8 source code coming soon....
You may also want to check out the Software Development Tools page at z80.info.
Chapter 8 of the "IBM System/32 Functions Reference Manual": 40K, IBM Document GA21-9176-1 Second Edition: May 1975. This document was a standard reference for 8-inch single sided single density formats.
"The IBM Diskette General Information Manual": 102K, IBM Document GA21-9182-4 Fifth Edition: August 1979. Another IBM diskette manual used for general reference.
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