Old FORTRAN programs, libraries, graphics

emanuel stiebler emu at e-bbes.com
Mon Apr 6 13:21:53 CDT 2020

On 2020-04-06 06:00, Randy Dawson via cctech wrote:
> Emanuel, I have you covered with FORTRAN graphics.
> I have your 3d wireframe, and rendering too with MOVIE.BYU.  The greatest 3D and animation package in its day, say late 70's early 80s.

Yes, that was the original packages I was referring to!

> Martin Hepler gave me the latest, I got most of it working, but.... aaa well something took me away.
> Let me put it up somewhere.


> I also have VERSAPLOT, the Versatec graphics package.  Does one cool thing, since they made electrostatic printers.  Its got a Laing Barsky rasterizer in it.  You do your plot with all the great stuff, then it generates a vector list and rasterizes it for the printer.
> Give me a day and I will put it up somewhere.

> Randy
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> Subject: Old FORTRAN programs, libraries, graphics
> Being stuck at home, was musing the idea to look into some graphics
> software from the '70's, or early 80's ...
> Looking for some wire frames, hidden line removal, 3d graphics...
> Any pointers?
> View month ago or longer, somebody on this list recovered some large
> package of FORTRAN code, and wanted to invest it, but I think it was
> posted under a wrong subject, so I can't find it anymore ...

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