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Calling interested developers
« on: February 05, 2012, 10:19:22 PM »
In November 2004, using Absoft Fortran, I developed a Carbon application for Macintosh called Ultimaze 2.0 that is available at  I've not upgraded the code since then, and I'm told that Ultimaze 2.0 does not run on Apple Lion.  I recently bought Absoft Fortran 11.1 to upgrade the code, but discovered that the make file structure has changed considerably since 2004.  Ultimaze 2.0 was compiled, I believe, under the Macintosh Programmer's Workshop.  Seven years of Mac development have followed, including the development of Xcode.  I would welcome help in updating the make file, and would be willing to negotiate an agreement with an interested developer to make this happen.  I welcome interested developers to contact me to discuss this.  The make file that I used back in 2004 is attached. 

Mike Linacre

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Re: Calling interested developers
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2012, 10:32:47 PM »
Boyd, thank you for your invitation.

It looks to me that the ABSOFT IDE will do all this for you. No need to construct a custom make file ....

I had the same situation upgrading from Absoft 6. It was awkward for about a day, and then much, much easier!

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