H Apple δωρίζει τον κώδικα των MacPaint και QuickDraw στο Μουσείο Ιστορίας Υπολογιστών

Το Computer History Museum ανακοινώνει ότι η Apple δώρισε των πηγαίο κώδικα των προγραμμάτων MacPaint και QuickDraw.

ΜacPaint ήταν το πρόγραμμα σχεδίασης και αποτελεί ιστορικό δείγμα της ποιότητας του προγραμματισμού της Apple.

MacPaint is the drawing program application which interacts with the user, interprets mouse and keyboard requests, and decides what is to be drawn where. The high-level logic is written in Apple Pascal, packaged in a single file with 5,822 lines. There are an additional 3,583 lines of code in assembler language for the underlying Motorola 68000 microprocessor, which implement routines needing high performance and some interfaces to the operating system.
QuickDraw is the Macintosh library for creating bit-mapped graphics, which was used by MacPaint and other applications. It consists of a total of 17,101 lines in 36 files, all written in assembler language for the 68000.

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