[Coco] Maths / Engineering programs for CoCo
Stephen H. Fischer
SFischer1 at MindSpring.com
Wed Sep 6 20:52:21 EDT 2006
I do not have the URL handy for the "OS-9/CoCo Doc Archive" Release 2.0.
If someone does not repost it, remind me directly and I will send the files
I will have to do that anyway for the JPL Library as I did not sent it to
What it is you would have to look at it to find out, I do not remember just
that it may be useful.
I have a enormous amount of files that you may be interested in. I purchased
many CDs and downloaded a huge number of files from the period that
programming was still at an level that could be useful for use on CoCo OS-9.
Some "drawing electrical schematics" and CoCo PCB design programs may be
found on RTSI in the DECB file set.
I also downloaded many files from the CoCo forum on Delphi which match these
I forget if the Delphi File archive made it to the web, the person who sent
it me said it was going to be made available.
Sorry for the lack of URL's, I am busy completing my HTPC.
Stephen H. Fischer
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thierry Mella" <thierry.mella at skynet.be>
To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2006 5:03 PM
Subject: Re: [Coco] Maths / Engineering programs for CoCo
> Stephen H. Fischer wrote:
>> I sent the Numerical Recipes software to Dean Leiber for his CoCo
>> Archive, but I do not remember if he included them.
>> I remember creating an OS-9 version of the "C" source.
>> I also have the Pasadena JPL Library and perhaps some more items.
>> Stephen H. Fischer
> Dear Stephen,
> May I ask you if you can give me Dean Leiber's web site URL ?
> If you have a copy of the OS-9 version, I would be very interested in ...
> And may I ask you what is the Pasadena JPL library ? (I know what the JPL
> but not what its library is ...)
> Thanks in advance for your help,
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