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From: Martin Stromberg <eplmst AT epl DOT ericsson DOT se>
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Subject: Re: Compiling Debian packages for DJGPP ?
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Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 08:39:06 +0100 (MET)
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In-Reply-To: <20030205214041.GA20988@sprite.fr.eu.org> from "Jeremie Koenig" at Feb 05, 2003 10:40:41 PM
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Jeremie said:
> I'll try it. Hasn't Borland released very old versions of Turbo C as
> public domain ? (However if this is the case, probably the source isn't
> given...).

Nope. It some only for personal use license and you must register (and
no source).

If you crave an open source 16-bit DOZE compiler, look at
<http://www.openwatcom.com>.

There's also some start on (and abandoned) 16-bit GCC by DJ at
<http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/16bit/>. I've read on news that somebody
actually have built this (more hacking possibly required)
successfully. But being GCC (flat program space) you can only build
.COM programs which have a 64kiB limit on size.


Right,

						MartinS

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