It's called "eztrak conversional.cps". I haven't tested it but there are a few things I've noticed so far.
1) Canned cycles are not implemented yet; only lines and arcs. This is actually about all you would need for the 2 axis version, except for the drill cycle command. With a manual Z the only thing the drill cycle does is move to position and wait for the operator to hit start when finished. With 3 axis I imagine there could be more drill cycles but I really don't know.
2) The default file extension for the NC file is ".nc" whereas the control is looking for ".pgm". I think it will open any filename but I don't know if it's smart enough to figure out what type the program is. Will need to test this.
3) The conversational commands appear to allow larger than 180 degree arcs if the 'centerpoint' option is specified instead of 'radius'. One thing that occurs to me though is that internally the control may break arcs at the quadrants when using the conversational language. I remember that the display shows gcode commands even when the conversational language is used, so it's doing some sort of translation. If it is breaking arcs at the quadrants then that may explain why the gcode post isn't working if it doesn't break the arcs. Again, will need to do some testing.
Otherwise the code generated by the conversational post looks correct. Hopefully I should be able to try some things out when I get back on Monday.