Language Definition The
on-line definition of the Modula-3
language at elego/cm3.
FAQ Where to find the answers
for Frequently Asked Questions.
The mega bibliography of just
about everything that has been written about Modula-3.
Bibliography A less verbose
version of the mega bibliography.
Newsletter A newsletter put
out yearly that is devoted entirely to Modula-3 related
activities. (Historical issues)
Modula-3 Mailing Lists Discussions,
announcements, and CVS commit messages concerning Modula-3 development.
Modula-3 Home Page The Modula-3 Home
Page that started it all.
is not available any more.
The only remaining reference to the Digital
Equipment Corporation at DEC.com seems to be this
on the rise and fall of Digital Equipment Corporation.
It covers everything from VAX, Altavista, DEC's sale to Compaq and ultimate demise.
Page The SPIN microkernel operating
system home page. An entire operating system written in
Critical Mass The home page for the company that sold a commercial
Modula-3 compiler, an embeddable Java virtual machine run-time library,
and a distributed multi-platform application development system. Critical
Mass Incorporated has been out-of-business for several years; some of
their work is continued by a new company called IGEN Corporation. All the
Modula-3 work if theirs is continued in the open source CM3 distribution,
coordinated by elego Software
Solutions GmbH, Berlin, Germany.
Modula-3 Home Page Go figure. It's
the home page for the Polytechnique Modula-3 compiler and
libraries (now also at elego).
Modula-3 Orthogonal object
persistence and transactions. Check it out. Recently (early 2003),
the persistence code has been incorporated into the PM3 code
m3.org The Modula-3 Resource Page. A good starting point if you
want to find everything about Modula-3.
books, and articles A concise list of
essential Modula-3 references organized by topic.
Last Updated: July 20, 2003