I think modula-3 eventually became Oberon. Oberon works under Linux and is
still being actively developed. There is even a Visual Oberon project on
Sourceforge that runs on Linux. Its essentially a modular form of Pascal with
added object orientation and automatic garbage collection...Pascal for the
On Wednesday 25 May 2005 15:23, kevin lyda wrote:
>On Wed, May 25, 2005 at 02:26:47PM +0100, Braun Brelin wrote:
>> I was. Unlucky enough, that is.
>>ouch. i tried using it on vms but found it far too painful.
>>in university the intro to cs course used modula-2 on macs (sporting
>system 5 or 6 back then i think). we used little mac classic type
>machines. and the program editor would actually allow you to enter
>control chars into your code but then not show them and not let you
>>oh the joy.
>>wirth did a third language too. modula-3. it was one of those "the
>language is the environment" thinks ala smalltalk and now squeak.
>cute but ugh.
>kevin lyda ~ dems for torture: salazar(co/10) landrieu(la/08) pryor(ar/08)
>kevin at ie.suberic.net ~ nelson(fl/06) nelson(ne/06) lieberman(ct/06) 2/2/04
> Those who refuse to raise their voices against something as clearly evil
> as torture are enablers, if not collaborators. --Bob Herbert, 2/11/04
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