Years and years ago I had bought this copy of Language Systems Fortran for MacOS with the intention of using my Quadra to build Dungeon for MacOS. Except I couldn’t figure out the first thing about MPW, and life was always busy and I never did figure it out. Well after getting GCC to compile something on MacOS, I thought I’d dig up some images I made of the disks, and without the benefit of having the manuals anymore see if I could figure it out.
And much to my amazement it compiled without any real issues. All the EOF markers in the files had to be fixed up, and gdt.f for some reason was mangled at the end, but it was trivial to repair. I didn’t bother trying to integrate the gettime call, so the clock and any clock events don’t work correctly. I guess I should make the seconds increment by 15 between calls, or something. Oh well I don’t think anyone will really care. I compiled it for the 68020 with 68881 hooks, although I doubt it even makes any calls. It runs for me.
If anyone cares, the binary is here:dungeon-2.5.6-m68k-MacOS.sit
As always, you’ll have to read the 404 screen to get the download.