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    From Nick Andre@1:229/426 to All on Tue May 11 16:39:50 2021
    Is this echo still active?

    Am trying to find an overview of the JAM specification.

    I have the API's but not really a general "overview" of how each of the databases work.

    Nick
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  • From Ward Dossche@2:292/854 to Nick Andre on Tue May 11 23:04:04 2021
    Is this echo still active?

    Duhhhh ...

    \%/@rd

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  • From Nick Andre@1:229/426 to Ward Dossche on Tue May 11 18:05:18 2021
    On 11 May 21 23:04:04, Ward Dossche said the following to Nick Andre:

    Is this echo still active?

    Duhhhh ...

    I do not have relatives in the Netherlands.

    Nick
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  • From Andrew Leary@1:320/219 to Nick Andre on Tue May 11 18:23:27 2021
    Hello Nick!

    11 May 21 16:39, you wrote to all:

    Is this echo still active?

    That depends on your definition of active. It is still being distributed, but traffic has been minimal for a while now.

    Am trying to find an overview of the JAM specification.

    I have the API's but not really a general "overview" of how each of
    the databases work.

    I've done very little work on JAM databases, although there are a couple of minor issues in MBSE that I need to work on fixing. If you find any documentation or notes other than the original JAM API, please send a copy my way as well.

    Andrew

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  • From The Leprechaun@1:229/426.52 to Nick Andre on Tue May 11 19:24:00 2021
    On 11 May 2021, Nick Andre said the following...
    Am trying to find an overview of the JAM specification.

    I wrote something in C# using info from https://gist.github.com/barvaz2/a7375c615bc4add732bff0e3d352813c

    As long as you can do the type conversions, it's pretty straight forward.
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  • From Rob Swindell@1:103/705 to Nick Andre on Tue May 11 19:53:39 2021
    Re: Test
    By: Nick Andre to All on Tue May 11 2021 04:39 pm

    Am trying to find an overview of the JAM specification.

    I have the API's but not really a general "overview" of how each of the databases work.

    JAM.DOC:

    Filename....: JAM-001
    Rev.........: 001
    Dated.......: 93-07-01
    Status .....: Released
    Subject.....: JAM message base proposal
    Author......: Joaquim Homrighausen
    Co-Authors..: Andrew Milner, Mats Birch, Mats Wallin

    Linked-from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JAM_Message_Base_Format
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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384 to Nick Andre on Wed May 12 21:12:19 2021
    Hi! Nick,

    On 11 May 2021, Rob Swindell said the following...

    Linked-from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JAM_Message_Base_Format

    That was not really better than I had thought might be available. I had a squiz at the FastEcho doc 'coz I remembered some (tosser) doco explaining the file extensions used in JAM, but, that wasn't the one. Dammit

    Mark May's Pascal toys may be fun, but they're OOP style and he feigned the
    use of 'comment'. OTOH there is a master doc explaining the possible use of the OOP doovers in a pseudocode-ish style.

    FREQ 'mksm106' (with or without the .zip extension) from here. It's only
    about 220Kb compressed. Yell if it don't work.

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Ward Dossche@2:292/854 to Rob Swindell on Wed May 12 23:25:09 2021
    This Is Spinal Tap quote #3:

    The man knows his classics ...

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