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From: "Edmund Horner" <ejrh AT paradise DOT net DOT nz>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: DXEs and other OSes
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Hi to all.

Considering a compiled DXE is virtually no more than pure machine code,
would a DXE compiled with DJGPP run fine with a program under Linux
(assuming the DXE mechanism was ported to linux, of course).

That is, is the only difference between DJGPP and gcc for Linux the
libraries?

(Of course, I'll probably go and test this regardless of the advice I'm
given...)

Thanks,
Edmund.


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