CP/M source code released...
I cut my systems programming (such as it was) teeth on CP/M
, back in the '70s. In the late '70s I actually published a highly configurable CP/M BIOS as a freebie. You could say it was open source before anyone was calling it that. I also worked with CP/M's publisher (Digital Research
, founded by Gary Kildall
) on the multi-user sequel (MP/M
), which was pretty much a flop in the market, though quite interesting technically.
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