As Poul-Henning Kamp wrote ...
> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, "Bria
> >> I suggested about half a year ago that we should officially desupport
> >> non-FPU configurations in 4.0.  Unfortunately, my resolution was
> >> soundly defeated.
> >
> >Why shouldn't we? Noone uses machines without FPUs anymore. What non-ancient
> >CPU doesn't have an FPU? And we're talking about the i386 family here...
> A lot of 386 machines are being built into places where people will
> never know they are.  We should not kill that market. was an ancient 386/40 until a couple of months ago. Low
traffic Web servers don't (generally) need an FPU. 
No/low budget outfits run hardware most
people on this list would give away for free (or thrash altogether).

It is a M$-ism to discard a complete line of machines with each next

Just my Dfl 0.02

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