LizardKing wrote:I spoke to someone at what used to be HiSoft to see if I could get a genuine copy of the Lattice C compiler from them. It appears they have no way of copying and testing ST disks, so I downloaded Lattice C 5.6 from the web. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the manual? I can't find anything on the web, but I'd be willing to pay for a photocopy.
Nyh wrote:I have got a complete original Lattice C 5.51 for you. Including disks and 5 manuals.
You can have it for free if you are willing to digitise the complete manuals so documentation will be available for the next one interested.
DrCoolZic wrote:I would be interested in digitizing the documentation.
I can produce pdf but probably not OCR at least in first pass at it requires a lot of work.
bolle wrote:Seems that Hans has other things to do. He promised to send me manuals for scanning, but since weeks I heard nothing from him.
So I think the project is burried.
As I said before, I own some manuals too and I'll scan them. But in my set only two are in English; the third is in German, so the whole set will not be too much satisfying for all of us.
Nyh wrote:I will be in Colonge this weekend. Where should I drop the manuals or can you pick them up? I will be between 10:00 and 12:00 in Colonge (then I go to Frankfurt am Main).
Nyh wrote:I will be in Colonge this weekend. Where should I drop the manuals or can you pick them up?
DrCoolZic wrote:I have some OCR program and I can try to convert it in text format which takes much less space and allow to search for information.
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