> Jack, my fRiend, do you think it is a good idea to make a "federal case"
"Federal Case", you say?? A phrase rarely heard outside the U.S.A.,
refers to the laws we use to prosecute gangsters or racketeers?? With
recent f.iend, that is 2 NEW additions to your English "lexicon", after
hilarious "3nd" on BTTR last month or your TERRIBLE grammar yesterday in --
So tell us, my good friend [G]retch, who now "coaches" you on your
LOUSY English?? One of the "Big-time Trolls" from North America, or else
REAL gangster/racketeer, maybe??
[And thanks to one of your OWN countrymen for the words "Big-time
> The guys you mentioned to be your witnesses, Kuhnt and Lucho, they are
> "slightly" biased, aren't they?
Not "witnesses", as this is not your "Federal Case", surely!! Just
who have also been STUCK "dealing with" you in the past, as noted in --
> The SHSUCDX bug you mentioned is NOT commonly known.
I mentioned NO such "bugs" by name or number. The one you noted IS NOT
same as what I had in mind.
As for the comment by Eric Auer that --
> Jack is not going to help Japheth to make UIDE32 anyway
Of course not! I believe a DOS driver should be "general purpose" and
limited to only one special Extended Memory manager! I want all my
to run with MS-DOS EMM386, QEMM, 386MAX, RM386, and all other such
FLEXIBILITY outranks saving 4K of XMGR/UIDE upper-memory. Besides, all
friends, and a majority of users they advise, want something SIMPLE.
need and appreciate "normal" DOS systems. They are NOT interested in
VCPI nor other 32-bit Hallelujah "Sorcery". So they all use UMBPCI and
quite happy with it. For them, I will ALWAYS do "general purpose"
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