RPL is alive and well. Realtime Software Corporation maintains the language and has made many enhancements. For a short while back in '95 I was doing minor assembler maintenance on it, and porting it to new AP and D3 releases.
Realtime also continues to maintain, enhance, and sell the BCP/MCS business software for which RPL is usually recognized. That software is the best and most feature-rich business package I've ever seen - I don't make comments like that casually. There are a lot of long-term existing sites and new ones being installed all the time. These days RPL and the BCP/MCS package are only offered over D3. I can provide more info if requested. Tony Eugene Perry wrote: >I just supported a large client in Detroit that was using RPL >just a year and a half ago. They were running 50+ virtual >machines on 3 DG/UX servers. > >Eugene > Will at <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >> Actually RPL was alive and well into, at least, the early 80s. -- u2-users mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.oliver.com/mailman/listinfo/u2-users