In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, John Baldwin writes:

>I personally think that we should not support the 80386 in 5.x.
>However when that has been brought up before there were a lot of
>theoretical objections.

Well, unless somebody actually manages to put a -current on an i386
and run the tests I suggested in a couple of weeks, then I think
those theoretical objections stand very weakly in the light of
proven reality :-)

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