EUMEL is a programming language created in 1979. EUMEL (pronounced oimel for Extendable Multi User Microprocessor ELAN System and also known as L2 for Liedtke 2) is an operating system which began as a run-time environment for the ELAN programming language. It was created in 1979 by Jochen Liedtke at the University of Bielefeld. EUMEL initially ran on the 8-bit Z80 processor, and was later ported to many different architectures. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the EUMEL wikipedia page
- EUMEL first appeared in 1979
- See also: elan, powerpc
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Last updated August 9th, 2020