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Re: [libertyeiffel] Back to the future

Re: [libertyeiffel] Back to the future

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2011-09-28 @ 08:13
Strange, indeed !

Here : http://www.eiffellanguage.info/how-is-an-eiffel-compiler-done#comments
2nd response : "A. Pentium 120, Caldera Linux ELF (1.2.13), 64 Mb RAM, 56 Mb swap"

I think that date/time are incorrect. It seems to be an old forum not in 
use anymore and where dates are automatically adjusted (???). Bizarre ! 

----- Mail original -----
De: "Paolo Redaelli" <paolo.redaelli@gmail.com>
À: libertyeiffel@librelist.com
Envoyé: Mercredi 28 Septembre 2011 09:23:21
Objet: [libertyeiffel] Back to the future

I searched the web for an eventual implementation of COMPLEX for ISE/ECMA 
discovering this blog http://www.eiffellanguage.info . 
Then I read http://www.eiffellanguage.info/differences-in-se-and-ise : 



What are the main differences between ISE Eiffel and SmallEiffel ? 

I’m currently using SmallEiffel -0.89 on an Amiga 1200. My University uses 
ISE Eiffel. 

Thanks in advance. 

I check two times the date on my system. SmallEiffel -0.89? Amiga 1200? He
seems to be stuck in 1994 or something like that. 
The blog has been actually created in 2010 and seems to be in use, but 
they keep making references to Windows NT, Tower Eiffel, giving me a 
subtle impression that it is a either a really educated joke or that some 
people are stuck in the past. 
Do you have further informations about it?