Pascal/MT+ was an ISO 7185 compatible Pascal compiler written in 1980 by Michael Lehman, founder of MT MicroSYSTEMS of Solana Beach, California. The company was acquired by Digital Research in 1981 which subsequently distributed versions that ran on the 8080/Z80 processor under the CP/M operating system. Later versions ran on the 68000 CPU under CP/M-68k, and the 8086 CPU under CP/M-86 and MS-DOS.
Pascal/MT+, for the 8086, was available for CP/M-86, PC DOS/MS-DOS as well as RMX-86 (a proprietary OS from Intel). Pascal/MT+86 still runs today on even the latest version of Microsoft Windows and DR DOS.
- Pascal/MT+ Language Manuals
- Pascal/MT+ Binaries for CP/M
- Standard Pascal — Resources and history of original, standard Pascal
- Pascal User's Group Newsletters — An early Pascal history resource that contains many letters from Wirth and others concerning Pascal.
- Pascal and its Successors — An article by Niklaus Wirth about the development of Pascal, Modula-2 and Oberon
- Michael Lehman's Microsoft Blog Michael was the author of Pascal MT+
- Michael Lehman's Personal podcast and blog