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Opus fossil for Microsoft or Lattice C.
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Opus fossil for Microsoft or Lattice C.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
COM.H 3963 999 deflated
COM_ASM.ASM 3998 840 deflated
COM_LAT.OBJ 362 263 deflated
COM_SRC.C 4483 1222 deflated
OCOM_SRC.DOC 3541 1172 deflated

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OCOM_SRC: Support routines for Opus!Comm
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(c)1986, Wynn Wagner III



Opus!Comm is a resident program that handles communications
between OPUS-CBCS and a modem.

It was written by Bob Hartman and is copyrighted by
Spark Software. Opus!Comm comes with a use license like
Opus itself: you can use it, but you must never sell it.

All of the enclosed material is copyrighted. You are given
permission to distribute the material as long as you make no
profit from the transfer. That means, if your bulletin board
(or other communications system) charges a fee to callers,
then you may not make this material available for download.
It must always be free. You may not put this material on
a diskette and charge money for the diskette. Etc, etc...
you get the idea by now.



None of this material is supplied with any kind of warranty
or guarantee. There is no particular support system setup.
In other words, you are basically on your own.




OCOM_SRC


COM.H
-----

A "C" language header file. It was written to be used under
either Microsoft or Lattice.

If you use Microsoft C, you will have to edit the COM.H file
to remove leading `_' characters found on routine names. The
routines include _Com_, _Cominit_, _Readkb, etc.



COM_ASM.ASM
-----------

An assembler source file with the routines used in COM.H. This
file uses macros supplied with the Microsoft C compiler (a
collection that in itself makes Microsoft C worth the price
of admission!).

There are only two modem routines here. One is an initialization
routine and makes a call to Opus!Comm and stores the COM PORT
number for later use. The other routine simply calls Opus!Comm
with the service request and optional additional paramater
supplied by your program.



COM_LAT.OBJ
-----------

An object module (Com_Asm) assembled for use with Lattice 3.1.



COM_SRC.C
---------

C-language source for some routines that use all of the above.
These routines were thrown together quickly as an example for
you. None have ever been executed or compiled by me.



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