[Unix-jun72] I recovered 100% of the s1 src code fragments
brantley at coraid.com
Mon May 12 11:47:39 AEST 2008
Great. I'll try to add the browse command to the assembly version.
With the 'b' command, you'll never miss vi. Much.
Warren Toomey wrote:
> On Fri, May 09, 2008 at 10:34:10PM -0400, Doug Merritt wrote:
>>FYI I recovered 100% of the s1 src code fragments; I presume this
>>is of interest to y'all on this list, yes?
>>Note that ed1.s and ed2.s are missing. Their source code simply wasn't
>>in any of the fragments (which means, was not on the s1 disk image).
> I just looked at 5th Edition:
> -rw-r--r-- 0 3 1 7998 Nov 27 1974 ./usr/source/s1/ed1.s
> -rw-r--r-- 0 3 1 5757 Nov 27 1974 ./usr/source/s1/ed2.s
> -rw-r--r-- 0 3 1 4616 Nov 27 1974 ./usr/source/s1/ed3.s
> which means that we do have "ed" in assembly format, and given that Doug
> found "ed3.s", we have a basis for comparison, which means we might be
> able to revert 5e ed1.s and ed2.s back to what runs on the 1st Edition kernel.
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