Opening CP/M files (.asm/.bas)

From: <(>
Date: Thu Apr 27 10:00:55 2000

In a message dated 4/27/00 09:54:59 Central Daylight Time,

> These disks were produced by an old CP/M user group, and they are labeled by
> disk number (5a, 5b, 28a, 28b for example,) and they are a confusing mess.
> Some of the programs have files scattered between numerous disks, mixed in
> with bits and pieces of other programs. Sheesh. It's going to take some
> time to sort this headache out. I must be out of my mind.
> Ernest

If the old CPMUG is still functioning (I think it is), get a copy of their
catalog. Most of the public domain stuff was in that data base at one time.
I bought some disks from them in 1996 so I know they were still around them.
There was a CPMUG on Compuserve also. Try that bunch for sure as they had
several folks knowledgable in CP/M 2.2 and CP/M 3.0.

Good Luck.

Received on Thu Apr 27 2000 - 10:00:55 BST

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.3.0 : Fri Oct 10 2014 - 23:32:42 BST