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[ih] NCP and TCP implementations
- Subject: [ih] NCP and TCP implementations
- From: dugo at xs4all.nl (Jacob Goense)
- Date: Tue, 10 Mar 2020 23:04:48 +0100
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
- References: <[email protected]>
On 2020-03-10 13:42, Noel Chiappa via Internet-history wrote:
>> From: vinton cerf
> > Steve Kirsch asks in what languages NCP and TCP were written.
> > Another version was written for PDP-11/23 by Jim Mathis but not
> clear in
> > what language.
> That TCP was in Macro-11; the source for that one still exists in
> machine-readable form, but is not yet openly available online. Oh, and
> would run on any -11, not just the /23.
> > Tenex was probably done in C at BBN.
> BBN did two different PDP-11 TCPs for Unix (early on; later they did
> one for
> VAX Unix); one was in Macro-11, and is not available (but Jack Haverty
> have it in hard-copy); one was in C, and is available here:
David L. Mills did what became the Fuzzball on the LSI-11. In its final
at the time of the first NSFNET backbone, it was written in MACRO-11
as development environment and bootstrap.
A nice language detail to mention from a Q1 1980 COMSAT Quarterly Report
The DCN supports user processes which can run the RT-11
system and user programs. Insofar as practical, the internet
interfaces to these processes have been cast in a manner com-
patible with the RT-I1 programming conventions, so that appli-
cation programs can be constructed in high-level languages such