[aprssig] APRSdos soucre code?

Tom Russo russo at bogodyn.org
Tue Dec 5 16:05:19 CST 2017


Actualy, I found a second copy of the same five files on my hard drive,
and *that* set also had compilation instructions indicating that
the five files were all that there was to it.

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RELEASE of APRSdos source code is for use by HAM radio
operators personal use.  It is not allowed for commercial
use without permission of the author, and holder of the
registered APRS trademark, APRS Engineering LLC.
Bob Bruninga, WB4APR

HOW TO COMPILE APRSDOS:

1) Change all the files APRS5X.TXT to .BAS files
2) Copy the below into a COOMPILE5.BAT file
3) Copy the below into a LINK file
4) At the DOS prompt execute COMPILE5
5) The result will be APRSDOS.EXE
6) To run, it requires ALL of the directory structure
   including HSTS, LOGS, MAPS, MAPLISTS, README, etc

This is the COMPILE.BAT file:

BC APRSDOS\aprS5W.bas/E/X/O/T/C:2048
BC APRSDOS\aprS5V.bas/O/T/C:2048
BC APRSDOS\aprS5X.bas/O/T/C:2048
BC APRSDOS\aprS5Y.bas/O/T/C:2048
BC APRSDOS\aprS5Z.bas/O/T/C:2048
link /e @APRSDOS\lklst5.lnk


This is the LINK file (LKLST5.LNK):

aprS5W.obj+
aprS5V.obj+
aprS5X.obj+
aprS5Y.obj+
aprS5Z.obj
aprsdos.exe

QB.lib

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So perhaps those five files from the w1npp site and the contents of one of
the binary zip files from the tapr site that Scott posted might be enough
to regenerate the program if one could find a DOS system to build it on.

On Tue, Dec 05, 2017 at 03:00:32PM -0700, we recorded a bogon-computron collision of the <russo at bogodyn.org> flavor, containing:
> On Tue, Dec 05, 2017 at 02:52:45PM -0700, we recorded a bogon-computron collision of the <russo at bogodyn.org> flavor, containing:
> > On Tue, Dec 05, 2017 at 03:12:53PM -0500, we recorded a bogon-computron collision of the <bruninga at usna.edu> flavor, containing:
> > > For over a decade, I have been saying that I published the original 30,000
> > > lines of APRSdos source code for anyone that wanted it.
> [...]
> > > 
> > > Anybody remember where I put it?
> > 
> > No, I don't remember where you put it, and can't find it on aprs.org, either, 
> > but years ago when you released the source code I did download it and still 
> > have what I downloaded in my files.  It consisted of 5 ".txt" files (no idea 
> > why they were not ".bas", but they're clearly BASIC code) called Aprs5v.txt, 
> > Aprs5w.txt, Aprs5x.txt, Aprs5y.txt and Aprs5z.txt.  I have no record of
> > any zip file or any other information to tell me where I got the stuff.
> > 
> > Googling, I also found these same five files here, mixed in with lots of other 
> > stuff copied from your web site:
> > 
> > http://www.w1npp.org/ares/APRS/WB4APR~1/APRS/
> > 
> > Perhaps that is what you're looking for?
> > 
> > This stuff must have been on aprs.org once upon a time, but if it's still 
> > there there are no links to it that I can find easily.
> 
> And since these 5 files have a total of only about 9400 lines of code,
> there may be a lot missing.
> 
> -- 
> Tom Russo    KM5VY   SAR502   DM64ux          http://www.swcp.com/~russo/
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 echo "prpv_a'rfg_cnf_har_cvcr" | sed -e 's/_/ /g' | tr [a-m][n-z] [n-z][a-m]

 




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