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roytam(R)

04.12.2018, 16:54
 

PC/GEOS source released (Developers)

https://github.com/bluewaysw/pcgeos

Guti(R)

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05.12.2018, 09:03

@ roytam

PC/GEOS source released

> https://github.com/bluewaysw/pcgeos

This is a very interesting new, and also buildable with WATCOM. Not sure if the original versions used WATCOM too.

What it is not clear for me is the version release. According to the source files it states "GeoWorks Ensemble 2.01", but there are changes from 1999 which should belong to Breadbox Ensemble.

Quiestion is, is GEOS 2? 3? 4?

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Guti(R)

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05.12.2018, 11:07

@ Guti

PC/GEOS source released

OK, I found the answer:
"The basement of this repository is the source code used to build Breadbox Ensemble 4.13 reduced by some modules identified as critical in regard to the license choosen for the repository."

> > https://github.com/bluewaysw/pcgeos
>
> This is a very interesting new, and also buildable with WATCOM. Not sure if
> the original versions used WATCOM too.
>
> What it is not clear for me is the version release. According to the source
> files it states "GeoWorks Ensemble 2.01", but there are changes from 1999
> which should belong to Breadbox Ensemble.
>
> Quiestion is, is GEOS 2? 3? 4?

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Guti(R)

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05.12.2018, 13:49

@ Guti

PC/GEOS source released

More details available here: https://blog.bluewaysw.de

> OK, I found the answer:
> "The basement of this repository is the source code used to build Breadbox
> Ensemble 4.13 reduced by some modules identified as critical in regard to
> the license choosen for the repository."
>
> > > https://github.com/bluewaysw/pcgeos
> >
> > This is a very interesting new, and also buildable with WATCOM. Not sure
> if
> > the original versions used WATCOM too.
> >
> > What it is not clear for me is the version release. According to the
> source
> > files it states "GeoWorks Ensemble 2.01", but there are changes from
> 1999
> > which should belong to Breadbox Ensemble.
> >
> > Quiestion is, is GEOS 2? 3? 4?

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