Freeware terminal works with PICK/Paradyme

Freeware terminal works with PICK/Paradyme

Post by martian beami » Sat, 22 Apr 1995 04:00:00



The other day, the copy of Termite we had gave up a life for no discernible
reason, and wouldn't give it back. On my hunt for a suitable replacement
terminal I found a DOS program that may be useful to some.

It's called muFusion and is designed to link to a McDonnell Douglas
mainframe, but the codes that were produced by the Paradyme bits of the
system were dealt with happily (not including colour codes). I don't know
if these codes are a PICK standard similar to ANSI, if so it might be
relevant to other systems.

Limitations: >This is not a GUI terminal<  The PC Function keys don't work.
Neither do the cursors. But there is Turbo Pascal source, I think.

It's freeware, written I think at an Australian hospital.

If someone could use a copy email me. If I get more than a couple of
replies I'll upload it somewhere and post a pointer here; if I don't I'll
mail it to you.

Martin

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Freeware terminal works with PICK/Paradyme

Post by Francis Card » Sat, 22 Apr 1995 04:00:00




>Subject: Freeware terminal works with PICK/Paradyme
>Date: Fri, 21 Apr 1995 00:07:32 +0000

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>The other day, the copy of Termite we had gave up a life for no discernible
>reason, and wouldn't give it back. On my hunt for a suitable replacement
>terminal I found a DOS program that may be useful to some.
>It's called muFusion and is designed to link to a McDonnell Douglas
>mainframe, but the codes that were produced by the Paradyme bits of the
>system were dealt with happily (not including colour codes). I don't know
>if these codes are a PICK standard similar to ANSI, if so it might be
>relevant to other systems.
>Limitations: >This is not a GUI terminal<  The PC Function keys don't work.
>Neither do the cursors. But there is Turbo Pascal source, I think.
>It's freeware, written I think at an Australian hospital.
>If someone could use a copy email me. If I get more than a couple of
>replies I'll upload it somewhere and post a pointer here; if I don't I'll
>mail it to you.
>Martin
>--
>martian beamish ~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~-_-~



 
 
 

Freeware terminal works with PICK/Paradyme

Post by martian beami » Tue, 25 Apr 1995 04:00:00




Quote:

> The other day, the copy of Termite we had gave up a life for no discernible
> reason, and wouldn't give it back. On my hunt for a suitable replacement
> terminal I found a DOS program that may be useful to some.

I've uploaded this as MUFUSION.ZIP to ftp.demon.co.uk. It should appear in
/pub/pick RSN

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Could you check the path please - I've had a look on oak.oakland.edu and
couldn't find it.  There didn't even seem to be a /pub directory...

Will it work with MDIS Prism terminals? (I've not heard of Paradyme)

Regards,

John Watson
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