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Graphics & Sound/ 2D source code/ Fractals - Mount2.zip download

Could it please be noted in this website that the Mount2.zip which is a mountain fractal program is a Pascal program for the Atari ST.

I downloaded it assuming that it was an old Turbo Pascal program & I feel that if this program is not properly identified as an Pascal program for the Atari ST others will follow it thinking the same thing as I did.

With Regards,
Ross.

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  • WEBMASTERWEBMASTER Posts: 549Member
    The file has been moved to the Atari ST section instead, thanks for noticing that error.

    Also, you should be able to convert it to Turbo pascal with little effort.





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  • DOS games fanDOS games fan Posts: 4Member
    : The file has been moved to the Atari ST section instead, thanks for noticing that error.

    Thanks, that would also be apprieciated.

    : Also, you should be able to convert it to Turbo pascal with little effort.

    Well, it could be (in the case for DOS), however it maybe easier to Port something like this to the PC version of GEM (in which all the programming tools such as Turbo Pascal 5.5 & units specific for this version of GEM are available for). I'll see if I can get around to do anything with it that way.

    However because I have no real knowledge of the Atari ST version of GEM & cannot see what the program is supposed to be doing may make things slightly tricker.

    Once again, Thanks.
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