On 20/05/2013 02:11, Louis Santillan wrote:
I apologize for mis-posting to fd-user previously.

On Thu, May 16, 2013 at 10:47 AM, Tom Ehlert <t...@drivesnapshot.de <mailto:t...@drivesnapshot.de>> wrote:

    Dear Louis,

    a few points

    a) the FreeDOS project isn't very interested in a BC5 compiled
    kernel because BC5 isn't freely available/open source;
    I also doubt the output of BC5 will be significant better then the OW
    feel free to experiment, but don't expect us to be excited ;)

I'm not sure how you can say the FreeDOS project isn't interested in a BC5 kernel.

Tom meant to say "don't expect me to be excited" ;) he is obviously not speaking for everybody on this mailing list. I for one would be interested to see size/speed numbers for any compiler free or commercial.

Good luck with BC5,


AlienVault Unified Security Management (USM) platform delivers complete
security visibility with the essential security capabilities. Easily and
efficiently configure, manage, and operate all of your security controls
from a single console and one unified framework. Download a free trial.
Freedos-kernel mailing list

Reply via email to