Reproducing old machines with newer technology
billdegnan at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 11:32:56 CDT 2015
I have a document that describes how to convert 709 Fortran to
7090-compatible Fortran. Might help imply what you'd need generally when
compared to a 709, using that as a starting point.
On Tue, Jul 14, 2015 at 12:21 PM, Al Kossow <aek at bitsavers.org> wrote:
> yes, but the only software that survives are diagnostic listings.
> I tried and gave up trying to get the software from the person who saved
> the Livermore Stretch
> On 7/14/15 8:58 AM, Jay Jaeger wrote:
>> I wonder if there is anywhere near enough information available to do a
>> On 7/14/2015 6:53 AM, Noel Chiappa wrote:
>>> > From: Jay Jaeger
>>> > I am going to attempt to do the same for IBM's 1410 computer - a
>>> > big effort.
>>> Now, the IBM machine you (or someone) should _really_ do is the IBM
>>> (7030); although judged a commercial failure at the time, in retrospect
>>> clearly one of the most ground-breaking designs of all time. (In fact, I
>>> a hard time coming up with other machines with the same level of
>>> impact/influence, in terms of CPU internal architecture. Maybe Atlas, or
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