in 1990 supporting the Atari and Amiga computers.
It was written in 100% pure 68K assembler,
including IEEE floating point library.
After a few years the sales dropped along with
HSPascal was sold under the names
- "Maxon Pascal", Maxon gmbh,
Germany, with integrated IDE
- "High Speed Pascal" through
HiSoft, England, using there very nice
IDE (editor) and debugger
Have a look at the Amiga
version from HiSoft or search AltaVista
for reviews etc.
The HSPascal compiler is written by Christen Fihl