Subject: Re: TMON
To: Ben Hockenhull <email@example.com>
From: Brad Salai <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/19/1996 15:34:01
You are the first to ask. My thought was to give it to someone who is
actively working on the mac68k port. If noone demonstrates that they are
more worthy than you are within a week, I'll send it off to you.
My self interest is to advance the mac port. Nubus card driver support,
color X and things like that..
>Hi there! I sure could use TMON...between A/UX and MacBSD, I'm always
>needing to step over some stupid error...
>If it is still available, please let me know.
>>I'm not sure why it has taken me this long to think of this, but I have a
>>copy of TMON Professional (a monitor/debugger that thinks it is better than
>>macsbug, or at least they think so, because they charged for it) that I
>>don't use, and would be glad to loan to anyone who might be able to use it.
>>I bought it years ago thinking it might be fun to poke around in the Mac
>>ROMs, but I was wrong about that, and have had some counselling and am back
>>to relatively normal.
>>If this would be useful to anyone, you can have it. Just let me know.
>>Stephen B. "Brad" Salai email@example.com
>>Cumpston & Shaw Office (716) 325-5553
>>Two State Street Fax (716) 262-3906
>>Rochester, NY 14614 Home (716) 377-4624
>"Does my nose amuse you?
>Is it funny, like a clown?"
Stephen B. "Brad" Salai firstname.lastname@example.org
Cumpston & Shaw Office (716) 325-5553
Two State Street Fax (716) 262-3906
Rochester, NY 14614 Home (716) 377-4624