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Old 20th March 2017, 03:03 PM
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GNU APL update released

In the 1970's, I was an APL GURU. I was able to provide solutions to problems often days or hours before the conventional approaches. APL allowed me to do that.

APL is back, and there is are two APL packages available. One is the tar file with source, and the three comands configure, make and make install, or the rpm that you install.

If you install the rpm, you will miss out in the documentation that explains how to configure your keyboard and screen.

I have a copy of Gilman and Rose's original APL360 boot, if someone wants a copy. It is a good primer.
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