I didn't care much about license so far;
the code is available for free from the links mentioned below.
See also here:
this will be most recent, my actual development version.
I deploy the compiler to the MVSINST subdirectory (and zip file,
which can be downloaded from the website) every month or so,
when I consider it stable enough. Same goes for the AWSTAPE file
(CMS target, TAPE LOAD format).
Feel free to ask offline, if you have more questions.
Am 02.02.2018 um 13:57 schrieb John McKown:
What license is this code released under?
On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 3:24 AM, Bernd Oppolzer <bernd.oppol...@t-online.de>
The new compiler version (with strings) will be available in the next few
you can get informations here:
The compiler runs on MVS (z/OS, too), CMS (generating 370 machine code
and on Windows, Linux, OS/2, MacOS (and probably every other system, that
has a C compiler);
on the non-mainframe systems at the moment using a P-Code interpreter.
(The string feature is not yet available for the mainframe version,
because the new P-Codes are not yet understood by the P-Code to 370
this will probably follow by March 2018).