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Hi together,

 

We have made big progress to restore Kyan Pascal (runs on mainframes!) for all:

 

https://atariwiki.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Pascal#section-Pascal-KyanPascalCopyrightC1985KyanSoftware

 

To complete Kyan Pascal, we need desperately your help again. Best are members of the Kyan team from the golden age, if they read here, too. :-)

 

Anyway, if someone has one of the following things or even know one, who has and can borrow us this for a limited time, please let us know. :-)))

 

The missing list is as follows:

- Kyan Pascal version 1.0, 1.2 and 1.3
- Programming Utility Toolkit for Kyan Pascal version 1.x
- Advanced Graphics Toolkit for Kyan Pascal version 1.x
- Kyan Pascal version 2.0 and 2.03
- System Utilities Toolkit for Kyan Pascal version 2.x
- Code Optimizer Toolkit for Kyan Pascal version 2.x ; includes the source code for the Runtime Library

Any help of any kind, even just hints or infos to complete the above is very welcome at any time. We really would appreciate your help, because now, we are sadly in a dead end. Only the community is able to bring this to a happy end. Thank you all in advance. :-)

Credits so far:

We deeply, deeply thank Tom Eckmann, CEO of Kyan Software, for giving Kyan Pascal into PD. Tom, be sure, you are in our hearts forever, you will never be forgotten! Thank you so much! Further, we thank WASEO from Germany for initiating this project, establishing contact to Tom and doing so much for this project. We thank Kevin Savetz for interviewing Tom and making contact again. We thank the "stay behind task force from Abbuc" for founding some ultra rare (way above 10) parts of this projects. We thank GoodByteXL for scanning all the manuals, preparing them, bringing them into read mode and getting into Kyan Pascal that deep, so we could build this site. We thank Thomas Grasel from RAF for borrowing his Kyan Pascal version, so we could compare it with the other versions. We thank Fred from the Atari museum in the Netherlands for a major, lost to believe contribution in this project.

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Hi together,

 

We have made big progress to restore Kyan Pascal (runs on mainframes!) for all:

 

https://atariwiki.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Pascal#section-Pascal-KyanPascalCopyrightC1985KyanSoftware

 

To complete Kyan Pascal, we need desperately your help again. Best are members of the Kyan team from the golden age, if they read here, too. :-)

 

Anyway, if someone has one of the following things or even know one, who has and can borrow us this for a limited time, please let us know. :-)))

 

The missing list is as follows:

 

- Kyan Pascal version 1.0, 1.2 and 1.3

- Programming Utility Toolkit for Kyan Pascal version 1.x

- Advanced Graphics Toolkit for Kyan Pascal version 1.x

- Kyan Pascal version 2.0 and 2.03

- System Utilities Toolkit for Kyan Pascal version 2.x

- Code Optimizer Toolkit for Kyan Pascal version 2.x ; includes the source code for the Runtime Library

 

Any help of any kind, even just hints or infos to complete the above is very welcome at any time. We really would appreciate your help, because now, we are sadly in a dead end. Only the community is able to bring this to a happy end. Thank you all in advance. :-)

Credits so far:

We deeply, deeply thank Tom Eckmann, CEO of Kyan Software, for giving Kyan Pascal into PD. Tom, be sure, you are in our hearts forever, you will never be forgotten! Thank you so much! Further, we thank WASEO from Germany for initiating this project, establishing contact to Tom and doing so much for this project. We thank Kevin Savetz for interviewing Tom and making contact again. We thank the "stay behind task force from Abbuc" for founding some ultra rare (way above 10) parts of this projects. We thank GoodByteXL for scanning all the manuals, preparing them, bringing them into read mode and getting into Kyan Pascal that deep, so we could build this site. We thank Thomas Grasel from RAF for borrowing his Kyan Pascal version, so we could compare it with the other versions. We thank Fred from the Atari museum in the Netherlands for a major, lost to believe contribution in this project.

I have something titled Kyan Pascal (1986). Not sure of the version number as only a date is given. Probably nothing special, but I can post if needed.

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Thank you so much Stephen, yes, please, if your number, when starting is:

Kyan Pascal version 1.0, 1.2 and 1.3

or

Kyan Pascal version 2.0 and 2.03

we really need this version. If it is another number than the above, we already have it.

We really appreciate your support in this. Thank you very much. :-)

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Thank you so much Stephen, yes, please, if your number, when starting is:

Kyan Pascal version 1.0, 1.2 and 1.3

or

Kyan Pascal version 2.0 and 2.03

we really need this version. If it is another number than the above, we already have it.

We really appreciate your support in this. Thank you very much. :-)

There is no version number. I'll attach a screenshot below:

post-650-0-92016900-1521301512.png

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@AtariFrog: Yes, that was a very, very good idea! Results out of this will follow soon, thank you! :-)

 

@Stephen: no problem, if your version matches to those on the wiki, then we have that version, if not, we need that version... :-) We can do the comparison for you, of course. :-)))

 

@gambler172: Sure, why not? Tom Eckmann, CEO of Kyan, has given his software into PD. Therefore, if we can finish that project, it should be that problem.

 

Big times, we live in... :-)))

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