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From: Brian Inglis <Brian DOT Inglis AT SystematicSw DOT Invalid>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Coding links between two worlds..
Organization: Systematic Software
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On Mon, 9 Aug 2004 10:50:52 +0200 in comp.os.msdos.djgpp, "EW"
<ew AT toto DOT fr> wrote:

>I am coding regularly on PC with DJGPP, and this works fine.
>I am also coding - actually most of the time - on a Unix machine.
>I need now to develop -on my PC (that is with DJGPP) - some codes that can
>discuss with UNIX, let say sending (ftp) files, launching codes there, and
>collecting back (ftp, again) results. I need to do that because I have to
>use huge codes that are already developped on Unix and that cannot be done
>again on a PC.

GCC and Emacs are huge codes developed on Unix that run with DJGPP. 

One of the nice things about DJGPP is that you can just copy,
recompile, and run, most single CPU, non-network, Unix code written in
Ada, C, Fortran, or GCC dialects of other languages, on your desktop,
given enough memory and/or swap space. 

Now, if you use a lot of third party or application libraries on Unix
for which you don't have the source code, or it's not in Ada, C,
Fortran, or GCC dialects of other languages, it sure won't move

Thanks. Take care, Brian Inglis 	Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Brian DOT Inglis AT CSi DOT com 	(Brian dot Inglis at SystematicSw dot ab dot ca)
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