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On 09/10/2017 09:38 PM, Dennis Lee Bieber wrote:
> 	It ain't dead yet... Fujitsu still has a COBOL compiler/IDE for Windows
> and/or .NET (and maybe even other systems)... (I should see if Win10 can
> install the Fujitsu COBOL 4 that came with my Y2K era text books... WinXP
> could not install it for some reason). Included GUI application builders.
> Current pricing is via email only.
> 
> 	Raincode also has a "legacy" compiler (no IDE) meant to allow porting
> mainframe applications to Windows... No GUI obviously, since it is meant
> for IBM style batch programs. Was a "registration" type download.

And someone wrote some GTK2 bindings for Cobol years back.  All we need
now is a javascript to cobol transpiler.  Then the journey to the dark
side would truly be complete.