|Author:||?? (aka Corvair)|
88Mar17 2:55 am from Corvair @ C-86 Test System George Jetson, I heard something today, or I should say read something, that isn't quite true. It concerned Citadel Plus. I'm not sure what it was all about, but just so things are a little clearer for everyone. Citadel started out on a CP/M operating system and has been ported to many computers since. A particular version that I maintained I ported to the C128 computer in the CP/M mode. When I finally got that monster of a computer figured out, the CP/M was version 3.0, also known as CP/M Plus. The lifespan of the first Commodore Citadel version was about a day, before I took the Plus from CP/M Plus and added it to my Citadel. At the same time, we were at Citadel version 2.256 or some such (yes a lot of trial and errors...) and since that was out of hand and a major breakthrough had come about, I also started the Citadel Plus version as 3.0 to comply also with the 3.0 of CP/M that it was capible of running on. Currently it's at 3.14 and I hear is available for download as the .COM and .C files on Black Service. What I read was something like it was a Citadel for the C128, which isn't quite true. It also maintained compatiblility with the other computers that it ran on in CP/M, including the KayPro, Z100, and the Digilog, plus who knows what else now.