We are close to releasing the TCPNet.Mod module and TCP Device implementation (and Wirth's latest system updates). The release will be accompanied by a non-trivial example network client program, which was originally meant to validate the interface on the network module TCPNet.Mod and the new TCP Network Device.
A Oberon network module using a "TCP connections Device". Preliminary specs: will support max. 32 simultaneous connections, server or client or mixed. Up to 4 listening sockets, so you can set up serving different protocols simultaneously. Module will work at the TCP level, thus application level protocols (http, ftp, <your own>.. ) must be programmed by yourself. Addresses can be IP4 or DNS domain string (e.g. "www.google.com"). UDP, SOCKS, TLS (as in https) not supported, maybe later.
A update of Oberon Workstation is available. This comprises minor updates in the Help Text, and addition of a newer version of the Oberon System files (compiler update from N. Wirth).
Oberon Core users (Mac App Store) should have the updated system files already.
Hope everything works well. Please mail us if you find quirks in the buying procedure.
The support page for Oberon Workstation mainly consists of installation and first-use tips.
We have decided on the reseller for our product: Paddle.com
Getting close to releasing. We're still working on some final decisions related to payment processing for Oberon Workstation.
We decided on the specifications of the new Oberon Workstation product. This includes intentions for future updates.
As of today, 19 Oct 2018, we continue with a more diversified product set:
The new site is still not finished, but most parts relevant to the new Oberon Core application are in place.