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Regarding TASM port to Mac OS X Snow Leopard...


I have obtained permission from the author of TASM to share my TASM port to the Mac with you folks.

See Tom Anderson's note below...

I will post the files up on the wiki shortly.



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From: Tom Anderson <tnet...@comcast.net>
Date: March 20, 2011 7:27:20 PM PDT
To: Douglas Goodall <douglas...@mac.com>
Subject: Re: tasm port to Mac OS X Snow Leopard...

Sorry for my slow response.  I saw your prior emails, too, but was too busy at the time.  I am trying to catch up with my email queue.
Yes, that is fine if you want to distribute your Mac version of TASM informally.  What I would like for you to do, though, is to explain to those you distribute it to that if they use the derivative version of TASM on a continuing basis, they should become registered TASM users, as well.
Wow, S100 systems still live!  Those were the good old days.  I could afford an S100 back then, so my first computer was a JOLT, a 6502-based single board computer.
Sent: Sunday, March 20, 2011 1:52 AM
Subject: tasm port to Mac OS X Snow Leopard...
Hi Thomas,

I used my licensed source code for the 3.2 assembler and ported the code
to my Mac. If I were to package the Mac executable and the normal files,
could I share that with my friends.

In truth, my version is a derivative work, but it is just a Mac OS executable
instead of a MS-Dos EXE. I would appreciate your permission for this.

I am hanging out with the s100computers.com and N8VEM folks, and for
those of us who love their Mac's like me, it would give them a chance to
evaluate your program on our platform of choice.

I would be happy to send you my build for your use.



Douglas Goodall
425 San Juanico
Santa Maria, CA  93455
(805) 598-9099