On 1 Apr 2014 12:25:16 GMT, ***@server3.cs.scranton.edu (Bill
>Not sure where to post this but here goes. I see that Waterloo
>Fortran, C and Assembler have all taken on a new life. What
>ever happened to WATBOL? Is it available anywhere? I guess it
>has little interest in the grand scheme of openwatcom but there
>are some out here who might be interested in working with it.
I suspect that the /real/ problem is that it wasn't commercialized as
the other Watcom compilers were and so was never converted to open
software when they were.
A bit of research suggests that it never made the transition from the
IBM 370 and DOS/VS to the PC. So, unless you happen to have an IBM 370
or a computer running DOS/VS, I would say that you are out of luck.
But I could be wrong. I only did a little research. Although I must
say that the discussion at
might or might not be helpful to you, as there appears to be talk of
distributing the WAT series for something (as ancient as an IBM 370
and DOS/VS, no doubt) called "MTS".
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