DNA Workbench for X-windows

Martin Kroeker martin at oc2.oc.chemie.th-darmstadt.de
Sun Nov 20 11:48:31 EST 1994

Bernard Murray (bernard at elsie.nci.nih.gov) wrote:
> Just installed Slackware linux on my own PC (and love it).  The CD-ROM
> version comes with the p2c pascal to C translator and the f2C Fortran 77 to
> C translator.  I don't know if these are sufficient for people's programming
Can't really comment on p2c, as i only used it once for a small program, but
it certainly works, and we use f2c here regularly as most of our programs
(and most foreign programs in our field, crystallography and modeling) are
written in fortran.

> my quick hacks - does anyone know of a good BASIC compiler for 
I believe p2c comes with an example program that is a simple basic converter.
And somebody has recently announced over in the linux newsgroups that he has
begun working on something like Visual Basic for X11, probably to be called 
Hope this helps,
Dr.-Ing. Martin Kroeker                 
Inst. f. Organ. Chemie                   martin at oc2.oc.chemie.th-darmstadt.de
Univ. (TH) Darmstadt                           db7p at hrzpub.th-darmstadt.de

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