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Unofficial CP/M Web site
The Unofficial CP/M Web site is a Caldera-authorised site for all of Digital Research's old software, including GEM applications. Unfortunately the maintainer had to bring the site offline recently, but Gene Buckle has a mirror available at http://www.retroarchive.org/cpm/archive/unofficial/. The GEM downloads can be found at http://www.retroarchive.org/cpm/archive/unofficial/gemworld.html while a GEM developers page is located at http://www.retroarchive.org/cpm/archive/unofficial/gemdev.html.
Please note that these pages are plain HTML, as were the originals. I've included a version of these pages dressed up in the same livery as this site in the Downloads section.
John Elliott's GEM pages
Johh Elliott has a collection of pages on older computers and operating systems, including a section on GEM and ViewMAX. Check it out at http://www.seasip.demon.co.uk/Gem/gengem.html or his home page at http://www.seasip.demon.co.uk/index.html.
Shane Coughlan runs his ShaneLand site at http://gem.shaneland.co.uk/, where his OpenGEM distribution can be found.
MAD - My Atari Derived Library
A library which provides GEM functions under X11 can be found at http://indigo.ie/~odonnllb/mad.html.
Links to current FreeGEM components
A new page on this site contains links to the current revisions of FreeGEM components. It can be found at http://www.deltasoft.com/currcomp.htm.
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