On Fri, Sep 18, 2015 at 2:04 AM, Georg Potthast
<mail...@georgpotthast.de> wrote:
> I am pleased with MetaDOS, most of the time this is all the DOS I need.

0.2 is supposed to be better in every way. I think the original was
way too simple. This one is much more ambitious, but I'm not sure if I
did things in the most optimal way. There's still tons of room for
improvement, but I can't even begin to describe how much stuff I fixed
and added.

> As you may recall, I used it in my DOS4WIN64 package:
> https://sourceforge.net/p/freedos/mailman/message/33121840/
> This package bundles MetaDOS with Qemu to allow to run DOS applications
> on a 64bit Windows PC.

Yes, of course I remember. I even (optionally) use that QEMU via the
(new) RUN-QEMU.BAT file. The original 0.1 release was well before I
found out about newer QEMU Windows builds, hence I was only testing on
old 0.9 and 0.13 atop Windows. Since QEMU is somewhat complicated and
hard to rebuild (and I don't have the energy to try), esp. on Windows,
I prefer to try to work with as many prebuilt copies as I can.

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