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Digital Research Forth
DR did a Forth for one or more of their OSes? Really? I remember (and probably still have somewhere, the Basics, Pascal etc, but I cannot find any mention of them doing a Forth. Citation please. Lovingboth (talk) 17:18, 13 May 2010 (UTC)
XVCPI support in Concurrent DOS 386
Does someone have any information (announcements, documentation, or other bits) in regard to XVCPI (Extended Virtual Control Program Interface) support in Concurrent DOS 386 since ca. 1989? This was apparently a parallel effort to DPMI to enable the full memory management and multitasking capabilities of the 386 in which Intel, Digital Research, Interactive Systems and other parties seem to have played a role. Very little is known about this, so if you know anything about it, your comments or contributions to the VCPI article or talk page would be highly welcome. Thanks. --Matthiaspaul (talk) 12:03, 28 May 2013 (UTC)