Fw: MacPaint and QuickDraw source code released

Cini, Richard richard.cini at wellsfargo.com
Thu Jul 22 14:46:41 CDT 2010


If it was developed on the Lisa, would they have used LisaPascal? There's a Lisa emulator out there -- I might play with it this weekend and see if it works.


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From: Cameron Kaiser
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> I've never used Think Pascal, but I did use Think C (LightSpeed C) a 
> lot.  I wonder if you could port it to Think Pascal...  I would think you
> could.   Or maybe it would "just build" using MPW.

Glancing cursorily, I think MPW would have a fit. The .rsrc file also needs
to be turned into a proper resource fork.

My instinct would be to try to pre-process it. I agree THINK Pascal would be
the logical, closest first target.

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