Re: Rolling out the new clients

speed@ns.connext.net
Mon, 5 May 1997 17:56:05 -0400


If the code is hand-optimized assembly, DJGPP might be a little
tricky since it uses the AT&T style assembly code as opposed to the
Intel format. However, I believe there are some utilities out there
which will convert object files between the two formats.

- Mark

On 5 May 97 at 17:14, Scott McIntyre wrote:

> On Mon, 5 May 1997, Paonia Ezrine wrote:
> > I think this is true in many cases with two possible exceptions:
> > 1. win31
> > 2. SCO (not as sure about this one)
> > any others?
>
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> Shouldn't win31 be a pretty easy port? Couldn't you just compile
> the code with djgpp (or something similar) and then use a dos
> extender to run it? win31 = DOS, and DOS shouldn't be that
> difficult, considering that we have a win32 console version already.
>
> Scott McIntyre
> smcintyr@eden.rutgers.edu
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