Hello everyone, I have a question regarding compilation of C programs under FreeDOS, I doubt this is exclusive to FreeDOS, but anyway, I want to know if there is any solution. The compile time of GCC using Rhide is intolerable, about 20 seconds - even for a very small program. (using a PII 400 Mhz 128MB RAM) whereas on Windows the same would take about 1 second. I'm guessing that it has something to do with caching. The reason I don't just use windows is that Rhide crashes under Windows 98 constantly - just try changing directories or accessing help menu items, or even quitting Rhide the program exits with a 'General Protection Fault' Under DOS though it almost never crashes.

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