Thank you very much !
A friend called Rene Jansen tried the compiler in May 2017
on modern z/OS and MacOS, look here:
it worked without problems; only for MacOS we had to make a minor
change, because colons in environment variable names are not allowed.
I used the following syntax
set DD:INPFILE = c:\work\pascal\work\inpfile.dat
to assign physical file names to logical names from the Pascal program;
because of the MacOS problem, I changed that to
set DD_INPFILE = c:\work\pascal\work\inpfile.dat
(the syntax to set environment variables may be different depending on
You can build a working MacOS version yourself; you only have to compile
PCINT.C (the P-Code interpreter) on the target platform. Look at AW.CMD
at the GitHub distribution to get an idea how to do it. You can download
whole Pascal system as a ZIP file from GitHub. (All you need is a C
on MacOS ... or on any other target platform. On the mainframe - MVS or
the installation procedure is different, no C compiler needed).
Am 03.02.2018 um 07:32 schrieb Paul Raulerson:
I have to say, that is just dang *cool*. I loved reading your page. You sir,
are damned impressive!
Let me know if you get a Mac version working please. :)
On Feb 2, 2018, at 3:24 AM, Bernd Oppolzer <bernd.oppol...@t-online.de> wrote:
Because of this topic drift, I'd like to inform you, that I
recently added strings to my version of the Stanford Pascal compiler,
which is a descendent of the Wirth Pascal P4 compiler.
The new compiler version (with strings) will be available in the next few days,
you can get informations here: