On Fri, 4 Mar 2011, Christian Liendo wrote:
> I remember GEM on the PC and Atari ST. The Atari one was better since
> Apple didn't sue to remove overlapping windows..
AFAIK, they're visually the same. I know there was issue with GEM v1, but
Atari used a v2 source tree. We tried to recover it all, but there was
water damage to much of the DRI archive in Monterey. I've got a manifest
of what was lost and it's enough to make a grown geek cry.
> I didn't know anyone still owned the rights to DR-DOS or GEM.
Caldera purchased the DRI assets from Novell in 1996.
> I was talking to Herb Johnson about GEM a couple of years ago.
> I think he tried to link one of your pages but it is broken.
The link is screwed up and points (partially) to some sourceforge project.
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