CTSS listing and tapes on line:
I pulled the tape listings and looked through all the code, here is where MAD programs get used directly:
com1 - ARCHIV command -
com2 - FIB command - enter user's job in FIB job file.
com3 - MAD compiler
com4 - debugger (MADBUG) - add comment to output list, add variable to output list
put BCD arguments in.
convert statement labels
insert break points in user core
set first location in break block
get card image
. . .
com5 - MAIL command
disked - disk editor
fgadaem - daemon dump/load program
fsetup - compatibility package for pseudo i/o system including DDMAD package
to simulate disk i/o
plibe - graphics package
And on Jul 6, 2010, at 11:55 AM, Andy Goodrich wrote:
salall - dump / load programs
salsim - disk i/o simulation program
util - various utilities: algol listing printer, ALSTAT to summarize disk usage for use with FSTAT command
xlibe - various MAD utilities.
University of Michigan Executive System, an operating system or really a batch monitor for the IBM 704, 709, and 7090 computers.
On Jul 30, 2010, at 6:41 PM, Andy Goodrich wrote:
As I remember most of UMES that I dealt with was written in 7090 assembler.
Very little if any of it was written in MAD. It was mostly or entirely written in assembly language.