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Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 11:15:36 -0500
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Subject: Re: Compiling Debian packages for DJGPP ?
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> Are you aiming at making your libc POSIX ? This may help me to decide
> when to bother you with such issues, when to bother upstreams, or when
> to just hack things myself to get it working.

Our libc is as POSIX.1 as a DOS environment will allow.

> I have another question, about the GNU software distributed with DJGPP.
> Are you using the upstream vanilla sources, or are you including patches
> to make them fitting more within DOS ?

Some do, some don't.  The ones that do, either have separate patch
zips on djgpp's ftp area, or have patched source zips there.  Some
zips have a djgpp-specific README as well.

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