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Re: Emacs for over aged hippies?!

From: sms
Subject: Re: Emacs for over aged hippies?!
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2016 10:48:30 -0700
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On 8/15/2016 4:15 AM, Emanuel Berg wrote:
I was in a discussion on on
the properties of the combination spanner
(combination wrench) but as it happened the
discussion drifted away across the Pacific to
Easter Island, Russian history, and

    Word Star, perhaps the most successful of
    the early word processes. It was
    a monolithic program in assembly language
    and ran on the Z-80 processor, on the CP/M
    operating system. It was written by a guy
    named " John Robbins Barnaby", in four
    months. 137,000 lines of assembler code.

Not sure if I posted this before, but you can still run Wordstar under V-DOS.

Install VDOS <>

Install Wordstar <>

Not sure how you'd print unless you had a legacy parallel port card in your system that you could set to the legacy PPT address, as well as a supported printer.

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