From: Phil Budne
Subject: [snobol] SNOBOL4B -- SNOBOL4 with BLOCKS!!
Date: October 11, 2013 7:38:15 PM EDT
Thanks to Mike Alexander, who found out I was looking for SNOBOL4B,
and had it all along in the UMich MTS distribution, I now have an
_almost_ working version of CSNOBOL4 with James Gimpel (of SITBOL and
"Orange Book" fame) with the BLOCKS extension.
I'm not sure when I'll have it all working, and in a formal release,
so I thought I'd let the brave and industrious know about it, and how
to get it.
You can pull it from a branch in my CVS repository:
cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:2401/home/cvs login
(enter anonymous for "CVS Password:")
cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:2401/home/cvs co snobol4
Thereafter, running "cvs update" in the snobol4 directory will update
to the latest files checked into the branch.
BLOCKS are currently an optional feature and must be configured in:
You'll need an installed snobol4 binary to turn the SIL code into C.
The test suite contains some simple programs. I'm getting unexpected
results from the one complex program I have in source.
There is a manual (and the SNOSTORM preprocessor I bootstrapped, not
knowing it was ALSO living in the MTS archives) at:
(pages 153-196 of the PDF file cover "SNOBOL4 BLOCKS")