PC did his original development on a Masscomp box which was basically 4.2
APIs and was one of the original X systems (its what ORA did the original
doc and how Tim got his start). Paul is a Mac guy (at one point it
compiled on the 68K Mac OS) and he moved the development there at one
point. So, I suspect it will build without too much difficulty on *BSD
style systems (and he might even answer a question or two if you run into
I suggest try it and see how far you get. The biggest issue is the video
calls were for older versions and I don't think they talk to modern API's;
but I suspect on the Mac the X windows system will work fine.
Then again, I have not tried it in years and I'm not sure at this point, I
could pull teco commands out of my long paged out personal memory system.
On Thu, Nov 16, 2017 at 3:35 PM, Dave Horsfall <dave(a)horsfall.org> wrote:
On Thu, 16 Nov 2017, Mutiny wrote:
is the Unix implementation free for the public?
There's a FreeBSD port for it; I might even try it... Can't find a Mac
version, though, at least not in MacPorts.
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