EUMEL is a historical 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...
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- EUMEL first appeared in 1979
- See also: elan, powerpc
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Last updated November 16th, 2019