June 1, 2017 · Comments Off on Golden Gate — cross-platform compatibility layer for ORCA and GNO/ME

$10.00

Golden Gate is a compatibility layer for ORCA and GNO/ME command line programs to run text-based IIgs programs as if they were native.

Description

Golden Gate by Kelvin Sherlock is a compatibility layer for ORCA and GNO/ME command line programs. With Golden Gate, you can run many text-based ORCA or GNO shell programs (including the ORCA/C, ORCA/M, and ORCA/Pascal compilers) as if they were native to your Mac, Windows, or Linux machine, enabling cross-platform development of Apple IIgs applications. Use your favorite text editor (or IDE such as Xcode) to build and compile faster than ever!

This product includes GNO/ME development headers and libraries, as well as a selection of useful GNO utilities for development and native interoperation (chtyp, ls, lseg, nroff, printenv, mkobj, getfileinfo, prefix); macOS and Windows installers; and PDF and man-page documentation. Users will be added to a GitLab repo to receive source code and updates. ORCA compilers are not included and are sold separately as part of Opus ][: The Software. If you own Opus ][: The Software from ByteWorks, Golden Gate can extract and install files from that volume into your development environment.

Golden Gate is designed to work on Windows 10 (32-bit binary) or later with NTFS; MacOS 10.10 (64-bit) or later on a case-insensitive HFS+ volume; and any modern Linux with gcc 6 compiler (case-insensitive JFS file system recommended). The changelog is available at Gitlab.

This product is neither developed nor endorsed by The Byte Works.

Additional information

Brand

Kelvin Sherlock

Format

ZIP

Version

2.0.3