Kent M Pitman <email@example.com> wrote:
| > or does anyone know of a maclisp interpreter/compiler/translator/anything
| > for something other than multics?
| There are at least 3 pdp10 simulators (whole bodies of independently
| written code, I mean) around. I don't know if any are publicly
| accessible, though. Maybe someone has a line on that.
I found multiple references (circa 1992-1995) to "KLH10", a KS10
(and later, KL10?) emulator written by Ken Harrenstein <KLH>, but I
can't find any current refs to it. (Bummer!) [But Harrenstien's "KCC"
C compiler can still be found at ftp://ftp.dbit.com/pub/pdp10/kcc/ ]
And Daniel Seagraves's KA10 & KI10 emulator:
appears to still be a work-in-progress (roughly half done)...
p.s. For various PDP-10 arcana, see:
Rob Warnock, 8L-855 firstname.lastname@example.org
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