Paul recently added this manual to softwarepreservation.org ...
A seriously nice preservation.... Many ThanX to Paul!! (And Andy Walker,
And W. B. Kloke AND Paul Knueven)
FYI: C.mmp is a multiprocessor composed of 16 PDP-11's, 16 independent
memory banks, a cross point switch and typical I/O
Also: I am starting to suspect that the Berlin Algol68 compiler came out
in 1969. IIRC Cambridge Algol68C was also early on the scene, at least
prior to Oct 1970. In both cases (nobody ever mentioned this before)
GREAT JOB! After all the Final Report (Rev0) was only approved in Dec
68, and the report didn't get published until Feb 1969. (Did you A68
implementer chaps actually get any sleep at all at the time?) :-)
ps. If you happen to have ANY Algol 68 material then let Paul know.
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