#7.1: Additions to Rupert Lane's "Try MTS" web site (2016, 2018 and 2020)

In January and March 2020 entries for UBC Plus and PL360 were added to the Programming languages in MTS section of the "Try MTS" web site. They join the existing entries for BASIC, FORTRAN, MAD (GOM), ALGOL 60, ALGOL W, LISP, UTILISP, PL/1(F), SNOBOL, RATFOR, FLECS, PIL, APL, Assembler G. and GPSS as well as more general information on MTS including how to install, operate, and use it.

Over the last six months or so (October 2017 to March 2018), entries for PIL, APL, Assembler G, and GPSS have been added to the Programming languages in MTS section of the "Try MTS" web site. They join the existing entries for BASIC, FORTRAN, MAD (GOM), ALGOL 60, ALGOL W, LISP, UTILISP, PL/1(F), SNOBOL, RATFOR, and FLECS as well as more general information on MTS including how to install, operate, and use it.


By May 2016 the Try MTS web site had become a very nice, well done, independent web site. Created by Rupert Lane in June 2014, it provides information about installing and running MTS under Hercules and an introduction to using MTS. Since 2014 Lane has continued to update the site with the addition of introductions to eleven (so far) of the programing languages available in the D6.0A version of MTS: BASIC, FORTRAN, MAD (GOM), ALGOL 60, ALGOL W, LISP, UTILISP, PL/1(F), SNOBOL, RATFOR, and FLECS. The most recent updates were made in early 2016.