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* [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystem for Prime Computers
@ 2019-09-24 19:45 Arnold Robbins
  2019-09-24 21:29 ` Deborah Scherrer
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 14+ messages in thread
From: Arnold Robbins @ 2019-09-24 19:45 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: tuhs

Hello All.

Believed lost in the mists of time for over 30 years, the Georgia Tech
Software Tools Subsystem for Prime Computers, along with the Georgia Tech
C Compiler for Prime Computers, have been recovered!

The source code and documentation (and binary files) are available in a
Github repo: https://github.com/arnoldrobbins/gt-swt.

The README.md there provides some brief history and credits with respect
to the recovery, and w.r.t. the subsystem and C compilers themselves.

Credit to Scott Lee for making and keeping the tapes and driving the
recovery process, and to Dennis Boone and yours truly for contributing
financially.  I set up the repo.

For anyone who used and/or contributed to this software, we hope you'll
enjoy this trip down memory lane.

Feel free to forward this note to interested parties.

Enjoy,

Arnold Robbins
(On behalf of the swt recovery team. :-)

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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystem for Prime Computers
  2019-09-24 19:45 [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystem for Prime Computers Arnold Robbins
@ 2019-09-24 21:29 ` Deborah Scherrer
  2019-09-25  6:17   ` arnold
  2019-09-26  5:59   ` [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor " Jason Stevens
  0 siblings, 2 replies; 14+ messages in thread
From: Deborah Scherrer @ 2019-09-24 21:29 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: tuhs

Awesome!!!   Arnold, you're a saint!!!!
D

On 9/24/19 12:45 PM, Arnold Robbins wrote:
> Hello All.
>
> Believed lost in the mists of time for over 30 years, the Georgia Tech
> Software Tools Subsystem for Prime Computers, along with the Georgia Tech
> C Compiler for Prime Computers, have been recovered!
>
> The source code and documentation (and binary files) are available in a
> Github repo: https://github.com/arnoldrobbins/gt-swt.
>
> The README.md there provides some brief history and credits with respect
> to the recovery, and w.r.t. the subsystem and C compilers themselves.
>
> Credit to Scott Lee for making and keeping the tapes and driving the
> recovery process, and to Dennis Boone and yours truly for contributing
> financially.  I set up the repo.
>
> For anyone who used and/or contributed to this software, we hope you'll
> enjoy this trip down memory lane.
>
> Feel free to forward this note to interested parties.
>
> Enjoy,
>
> Arnold Robbins
> (On behalf of the swt recovery team. :-)


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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystem for Prime Computers
  2019-09-24 21:29 ` Deborah Scherrer
@ 2019-09-25  6:17   ` arnold
  2019-09-26  5:59   ` [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor " Jason Stevens
  1 sibling, 0 replies; 14+ messages in thread
From: arnold @ 2019-09-25  6:17 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: tuhs, dscherrer; +Cc: scott

Thanks Deborah. But if you want to send flowers, send them to Scott
Lee; he's the one who had the tapes and drove getting them recovered.
"All" I did was get things usable for github. :-)

Arnold

Deborah Scherrer <dscherrer@solar.stanford.edu> wrote:

> Awesome!!!   Arnold, you're a saint!!!!
> D
>
> On 9/24/19 12:45 PM, Arnold Robbins wrote:
> > Hello All.
> >
> > Believed lost in the mists of time for over 30 years, the Georgia Tech
> > Software Tools Subsystem for Prime Computers, along with the Georgia Tech
> > C Compiler for Prime Computers, have been recovered!
> >
> > The source code and documentation (and binary files) are available in a
> > Github repo: https://github.com/arnoldrobbins/gt-swt.
> >
> > The README.md there provides some brief history and credits with respect
> > to the recovery, and w.r.t. the subsystem and C compilers themselves.
> >
> > Credit to Scott Lee for making and keeping the tapes and driving the
> > recovery process, and to Dennis Boone and yours truly for contributing
> > financially.  I set up the repo.
> >
> > For anyone who used and/or contributed to this software, we hope you'll
> > enjoy this trip down memory lane.
> >
> > Feel free to forward this note to interested parties.
> >
> > Enjoy,
> >
> > Arnold Robbins
> > (On behalf of the swt recovery team. :-)

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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-24 21:29 ` Deborah Scherrer
  2019-09-25  6:17   ` arnold
@ 2019-09-26  5:59   ` " Jason Stevens
  2019-09-26  6:03     ` Lars Brinkhoff
                       ` (2 more replies)
  1 sibling, 3 replies; 14+ messages in thread
From: Jason Stevens @ 2019-09-26  5:59 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: tuhs

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I see mention of an emulator in the GitHub repo, but I don’t see any emulator that is available.

Am I reading this wrong?

All that is mentioned is a telnet address to something that just drops.

From: Deborah Scherrer
Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2019 5:46 AM
To: tuhs@minnie.tuhs.org
Subject: Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers

Awesome!!!   Arnold, you're a saint!!!!
D

On 9/24/19 12:45 PM, Arnold Robbins wrote:
> Hello All.
>
> Believed lost in the mists of time for over 30 years, the Georgia Tech
> Software Tools Subsystem for Prime Computers, along with the Georgia Tech
> C Compiler for Prime Computers, have been recovered!
>
> The source code and documentation (and binary files) are available in a
> Github repo: https://github.com/arnoldrobbins/gt-swt.
>
> The README.md there provides some brief history and credits with respect
> to the recovery, and w.r.t. the subsystem and C compilers themselves.
>
> Credit to Scott Lee for making and keeping the tapes and driving the
> recovery process, and to Dennis Boone and yours truly for contributing
> financially.  I set up the repo.
>
> For anyone who used and/or contributed to this software, we hope you'll
> enjoy this trip down memory lane.
>
> Feel free to forward this note to interested parties.
>
> Enjoy,
>
> Arnold Robbins
> (On behalf of the swt recovery team. :-)


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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-26  5:59   ` [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor " Jason Stevens
@ 2019-09-26  6:03     ` Lars Brinkhoff
  2019-09-26  6:08       ` Jason Stevens
  2019-09-26  6:09     ` [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers arnold
  2019-09-26 13:28     ` Nemo
  2 siblings, 1 reply; 14+ messages in thread
From: Lars Brinkhoff @ 2019-09-26  6:03 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Jason Stevens; +Cc: tuhs

> I see mention of an emulator in the GitHub repo, but I don’t see any
> emulator that is available.

I see this:

Welcome to the Prime Computer 50-series emulator, running Primos rev 24.0!

  Login as user guest, password pr1me
  Hit a few returns and Ctrl-q if it appears "stuck"; some bots are hitting the emulator
  After logging in, use the Prime HELP command for assistance.
  You are welcome to create a directory under GUEST for your files.
  The emacs terminal type is xterm
  The line erase character is ?
  There are other Primos revs running on ports 8001-8007
  Prime manuals at: http://yagi.h-net.msu.edu/prime_manuals/prirun_scans
  To report bugs or contact the author, send email to prirun@gmail.com

Enjoy your time travels!   -Jim Wilcoxson aka JIMMY

Login please.

login guest
Password?

GUEST (user 2) logged in Thursday, 26 Sep 19 02:03:08.
Welcome to PRIMOS version 24.0.0.r15
Copyright (c) Computervision, Corp. 1993.
Last login Tuesday, 24 Sep 19 19:58:08.


Warning!   There was 1 failed attempt to login under this id since the
           last successful login.

OK,

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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-26  6:03     ` Lars Brinkhoff
@ 2019-09-26  6:08       ` Jason Stevens
  2019-09-26  6:13         ` arnold
  2019-09-26  6:23         ` Lars Brinkhoff
  0 siblings, 2 replies; 14+ messages in thread
From: Jason Stevens @ 2019-09-26  6:08 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Lars Brinkhoff; +Cc: tuhs

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I now get this:

All available connections are in use.                                                                                                                                                                                                           

Connection to host lost.
                                                                                                                                                                 

I guess progress.

Oh well, I guess it’s not possible to distribute the emulator? 


From: Lars Brinkhoff
Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2019 2:03 PM
To: Jason Stevens
Cc: tuhs@minnie.tuhs.org
Subject: Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers

> I see mention of an emulator in the GitHub repo, but I don’t see any
> emulator that is available.

I see this:

Welcome to the Prime Computer 50-series emulator, running Primos rev 24.0!

  Login as user guest, password pr1me
  Hit a few returns and Ctrl-q if it appears "stuck"; some bots are hitting the emulator
  After logging in, use the Prime HELP command for assistance.
  You are welcome to create a directory under GUEST for your files.
  The emacs terminal type is xterm
  The line erase character is ?
  There are other Primos revs running on ports 8001-8007
  Prime manuals at: http://yagi.h-net.msu.edu/prime_manuals/prirun_scans
  To report bugs or contact the author, send email to prirun@gmail.com

Enjoy your time travels!   -Jim Wilcoxson aka JIMMY

Login please.

login guest
Password?

GUEST (user 2) logged in Thursday, 26 Sep 19 02:03:08.
Welcome to PRIMOS version 24.0.0.r15
Copyright (c) Computervision, Corp. 1993.
Last login Tuesday, 24 Sep 19 19:58:08.


Warning!   There was 1 failed attempt to login under this id since the
           last successful login.

OK,


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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-26  5:59   ` [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor " Jason Stevens
  2019-09-26  6:03     ` Lars Brinkhoff
@ 2019-09-26  6:09     ` arnold
  2019-09-26 13:28     ` Nemo
  2 siblings, 0 replies; 14+ messages in thread
From: arnold @ 2019-09-26  6:09 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: tuhs, jsteve

It has always worked for me, or I wouldn't have put it in the README.
Sounds like a network issue on your end.

(Now, why someone would go out of their way to work on Primos is another
question.  I *never* used it directly, but only via the SWT subsystem.
At Georgia Tech, we logged straigt into SWT.)

Arnold

Jason Stevens <jsteve@superglobalmegacorp.com> wrote:

> I see mention of an emulator in the GitHub repo, but I don’t see any emulator that is available.
>
> Am I reading this wrong?
>
> All that is mentioned is a telnet address to something that just drops.
>
> From: Deborah Scherrer
> Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2019 5:46 AM
> To: tuhs@minnie.tuhs.org
> Subject: Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
>
> Awesome!!!   Arnold, you're a saint!!!!
> D
>
> On 9/24/19 12:45 PM, Arnold Robbins wrote:
> > Hello All.
> >
> > Believed lost in the mists of time for over 30 years, the Georgia Tech
> > Software Tools Subsystem for Prime Computers, along with the Georgia Tech
> > C Compiler for Prime Computers, have been recovered!
> >
> > The source code and documentation (and binary files) are available in a
> > Github repo: https://github.com/arnoldrobbins/gt-swt.
> >
> > The README.md there provides some brief history and credits with respect
> > to the recovery, and w.r.t. the subsystem and C compilers themselves.
> >
> > Credit to Scott Lee for making and keeping the tapes and driving the
> > recovery process, and to Dennis Boone and yours truly for contributing
> > financially.  I set up the repo.
> >
> > For anyone who used and/or contributed to this software, we hope you'll
> > enjoy this trip down memory lane.
> >
> > Feel free to forward this note to interested parties.
> >
> > Enjoy,
> >
> > Arnold Robbins
> > (On behalf of the swt recovery team. :-)
>

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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-26  6:08       ` Jason Stevens
@ 2019-09-26  6:13         ` arnold
  2019-09-26  6:23         ` Lars Brinkhoff
  1 sibling, 0 replies; 14+ messages in thread
From: arnold @ 2019-09-26  6:13 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: lars, jsteve; +Cc: tuhs

Hi.

The emulator is not at all related to GT-SWT.  You can contact
the guy who did it --- read the full message Lars quotes below.

Arnold

Jason Stevens <jsteve@superglobalmegacorp.com> wrote:

> I now get this:
>
> All available connections are in use.                                                                                                                                                                                                           
>
> Connection to host lost.
>                                                                                                                                                                  
>
> I guess progress.
>
> Oh well, I guess it’s not possible to distribute the emulator? 
>
>
> From: Lars Brinkhoff
> Sent: Thursday, September 26, 2019 2:03 PM
> To: Jason Stevens
> Cc: tuhs@minnie.tuhs.org
> Subject: Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
>
> > I see mention of an emulator in the GitHub repo, but I don’t see any
> > emulator that is available.
>
> I see this:
>
> Welcome to the Prime Computer 50-series emulator, running Primos rev 24.0!
>
>   Login as user guest, password pr1me
>   Hit a few returns and Ctrl-q if it appears "stuck"; some bots are hitting the emulator
>   After logging in, use the Prime HELP command for assistance.
>   You are welcome to create a directory under GUEST for your files.
>   The emacs terminal type is xterm
>   The line erase character is ?
>   There are other Primos revs running on ports 8001-8007
>   Prime manuals at: http://yagi.h-net.msu.edu/prime_manuals/prirun_scans
>   To report bugs or contact the author, send email to prirun@gmail.com
>
> Enjoy your time travels!   -Jim Wilcoxson aka JIMMY
>
> Login please.
>
> login guest
> Password?
>
> GUEST (user 2) logged in Thursday, 26 Sep 19 02:03:08.
> Welcome to PRIMOS version 24.0.0.r15
> Copyright (c) Computervision, Corp. 1993.
> Last login Tuesday, 24 Sep 19 19:58:08.
>
>
> Warning!   There was 1 failed attempt to login under this id since the
>            last successful login.
>
> OK,
>

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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-26  6:08       ` Jason Stevens
  2019-09-26  6:13         ` arnold
@ 2019-09-26  6:23         ` Lars Brinkhoff
  2019-09-26  6:27           ` arnold
  1 sibling, 1 reply; 14+ messages in thread
From: Lars Brinkhoff @ 2019-09-26  6:23 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Jason Stevens; +Cc: tuhs

Jason Stevens wrote:
> Oh well, I guess it’s not possible to distribute the emulator? 

From what I hear, the main problem is that it's not possible to
distribute PRIMOS.  Which is a shame; it does have Emacs so it must be a
nice operating system.

This this thread is branching off topic anyway, I'll just quickly
mention that I'm currently working on "Small ITS".  An ITS-like
operating system for the MIT Logo group PDP-11/45.  "PDP-11" <- see,
almost back on topic.  Sorry, those who are curious may contact me
privately.

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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-26  6:23         ` Lars Brinkhoff
@ 2019-09-26  6:27           ` arnold
  2019-09-26 13:28             ` [TUHS] [COFF] [was TUHS] Pr1me and GT-SWT Clem Cole
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 14+ messages in thread
From: arnold @ 2019-09-26  6:27 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: lars, jsteve; +Cc: tuhs

Lars Brinkhoff <lars@nocrew.org> wrote:

> Jason Stevens wrote:
> > Oh well, I guess it’s not possible to distribute the emulator? 
>
> From what I hear, the main problem is that it's not possible to
> distribute PRIMOS.  Which is a shame; it does have Emacs so it must be a
> nice operating system.

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.

It was bizarre and ugly.  The only thing that made it anywhere
near usable were the Software Tools.

There's a reason Prime died pretty quickly once Unix started to
spread.  The architecture also was strange; the characters used
mark parity (8th bit always on).

My 2 cents.

Arnold

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* [TUHS] [COFF] [was TUHS] Pr1me and GT-SWT
  2019-09-26  6:27           ` arnold
@ 2019-09-26 13:28             ` Clem Cole
  0 siblings, 0 replies; 14+ messages in thread
From: Clem Cole @ 2019-09-26 13:28 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Aharon Robbins; +Cc: TUHS main list, Computer Old Farts Followers

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At the risk of this drifting, it probably should move over to the COFF
mailing list, which I have CC'ed.   I'll do this one last one here so
people not yet on COFF that want to follow up can see it.

On Thu, Sep 26, 2019 at 2:27 AM <arnold@skeeve.com> wrote:

> It was bizarre and ugly.  The only thing that made it anywhere
> near usable were the Software Tools.
>
Amen...  (more in a minute)

>
> There's a reason Prime died pretty quickly once Unix started to
> spread.  The architecture also was strange; the characters used
> mark parity (8th bit always on).
>
Yeah, it was an interesting box.  Fast and cost-effective for its time and
an excellent Fortran system which why they did as well as they did.

>
> My 2 cents.
>
> Arnold
>
You probably know this but you folks had a huge influence on the Pr1mates.
 So much so when Bill P, Paul L, and Michael S. left Pr1me to create
Apollo, the used your version of the SWT as their first command system for
Aegis (*a.k.a.* DOMAIN OS).   They did not quite get it that they needed a
real UNIX, so they roped tjt and myself from Masscomp went we all formed
Belmont (*a.k.a.* Stellar in a later renaming).  But they did recognize it
was useful and people wanted to use that style of interface, not something
dreamed up specific to that machine.

I remember trying to explain to Bill the difference - he's a vision guy,
but primarily a hardware type, although one of the most amazing people I
have ever known.  IMO: Leach never really understood the Unix ideas of
being simple (which is one of the reasons why Windows has that
forsaken registry sin from Aegis, he brought it with him from Apollo to
MSFT).   I used to argue with him about it in the 1980s (he hated/thought
ASCII text files were terrible and he should control everything in some
framework or privileged API).

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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-26  5:59   ` [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor " Jason Stevens
  2019-09-26  6:03     ` Lars Brinkhoff
  2019-09-26  6:09     ` [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers arnold
@ 2019-09-26 13:28     ` Nemo
  2019-09-26 14:54       ` SPC
  2 siblings, 1 reply; 14+ messages in thread
From: Nemo @ 2019-09-26 13:28 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Jason Stevens; +Cc: tuhs

On 26/09/2019, Jason Stevens <jsteve@superglobalmegacorp.com> wrote (in part):
> All that is mentioned is a telnet address to something that just drops.

Some home routers drop incoming telnet.

N.

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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-26 13:28     ` Nemo
@ 2019-09-26 14:54       ` SPC
  2019-09-26 15:48         ` Jason Stevens
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 14+ messages in thread
From: SPC @ 2019-09-26 14:54 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Nemo; +Cc: TUHS

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El jue., 26 sept. 2019 15:29, Nemo <cym224@gmail.com> escribió:

> On 26/09/2019, Jason Stevens <jsteve@superglobalmegacorp.com> wrote (in
> part):
> > All that is mentioned is a telnet address to something that just drops.
>
> Some home routers drop incoming telnet.
>

I got connected without problem a coupoe of days ago. REMEMBER that you
*must* telnet to "em.prirun.com:《port_number》", being the port to use one
of the series from 8001 to 8007. There is one different version of PRIMOS
running at everyone of these ip ports.

Cordiales saludos / Best Regards / Salutations / Freundliche Grüße
-----
Sergio Pedraja
Skype: spedraja@gmail.com

>

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* Re: [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers
  2019-09-26 14:54       ` SPC
@ 2019-09-26 15:48         ` Jason Stevens
  0 siblings, 0 replies; 14+ messages in thread
From: Jason Stevens @ 2019-09-26 15:48 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Nemo, SPC; +Cc: tuhs

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I did use the port number.  It didn't work as it was either full or just dropping. 




It's too off topic anyways, I guess it'll be some other obscure thing with a C compiler, I guess. 




I guess the excitement is that it's written in Fortran?  I assume it's like those Unix emulation packages for VMS.  Although I've never seen one of those either. 











On Thu, Sep 26, 2019 at 10:54 PM +0800, "SPC" <spedraja@gmail.com> wrote:












El jue., 26 sept. 2019 15:29, Nemo <cym224@gmail.com> escribió:
On 26/09/2019, Jason Stevens <jsteve@superglobalmegacorp.com> wrote (in part):

> All that is mentioned is a telnet address to something that just drops.



Some home routers drop incoming telnet.

I got connected without problem a coupoe of days ago. REMEMBER that you *must* telnet to "em.prirun.com:«port_number»", being the port to use one of the series from 8001 to 8007. There is one different version of PRIMOS running at everyone of these ip ports.
Cordiales saludos / Best Regards / Salutations / Freundliche Grüße
-----
Sergio Pedraja
Skype: spedraja@gmail.com







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2019-09-26  5:59   ` [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor " Jason Stevens
2019-09-26  6:03     ` Lars Brinkhoff
2019-09-26  6:08       ` Jason Stevens
2019-09-26  6:13         ` arnold
2019-09-26  6:23         ` Lars Brinkhoff
2019-09-26  6:27           ` arnold
2019-09-26 13:28             ` [TUHS] [COFF] [was TUHS] Pr1me and GT-SWT Clem Cole
2019-09-26  6:09     ` [TUHS] Recovered!!! The Georgia Tech Software Tools Subystemfor Prime Computers arnold
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