Christophe Ochal wrote:
This is partly (mostly?) my fault, my personal life got
in the way of the
porting effort, for wich i apologise.
No worries. I've been through some pretty stiff times myself as well.
Agreed, this was actually the original idea, except we
start with things that could be usefull to other projects (lubusb/sane in
itself is in my opinion a worthy project, as it would provide OS4 with
scanner support for hundreds of scanners), but maybe we should review these
It's definitely worth it, but it shouldn't keep others from working on
the core parts already :)
Also, we really need to start using the CVS, so that
when people disapear
their work doesn't
BTW: Olaf Barthel has ported subversion to OS4.
Theoretical question, could dmake run/build on classic
and would it be worth
Well, it builds with newlib, not clib2. With clib2, a 68k port would be
possible without modification... with newlib, it's not that easy...
Speaking of ports necessary for the work on OOo, I've got most of
coreutils ported as well :)
Thomas Frieden <ThomasF(a)hyperion-entertainment.biz>
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