[Openmcl-devel] “Prehistoric” MCL
Gene Z. Ragan
gene at semitone.audio
Fri Mar 4 08:37:18 PST 2022
The Macintosh Garden is a nice resource for classic software releases.
You may be able to find what you are looking for there.
> On Mar 3, 2022, at 10:26 PM, Tim McNerney <mc at media.mit.edu> wrote:
> Motivated by my recent purchase of a refurbished Mac Classic (*),
> I am searching for a couple of types of “prehistoric” software.
> 1) 68000 MCL that runs in 4MB of RAM and a tiny B/W screen. (**)
> 2) examples of early Mac apps written in MCL with decent UIs.
> (*) With a BlueSCSI SSD instead of a fragile HDD.
> Is the rumor true that Coral Software delivered a complete Common Lisp
> compressed onto a single 9cm floppy? (3 1/2”)
> (**) I’m not looking for one of these physical floppies.
> 9cm floppies were notorious, even brand new, of not being archival.
> Some sort of disk image would be better.
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