Hi Alex,

I am not a Mac user, sorry. I'm mostly on Linux i386 and Windows i386,
including legacy OS's (for work).

However, I support the idea of focusing on asm-pil64 ports rather than
C-pil32 extensions. And as we said earlier, asm-pil32 is a project that
would allow us to get rid of C-pil32 entirely.

On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 2:48 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>wrote:

> Hi Axel,
>
> instead that we struggle with extending pil32, I have another
> suggestion:
>
> You are a Mac user, aren't you? Couldn't we try together to get native
> pil64 up and running on Darwin?
>
> I remember that the development state was almost "ready" a long time
> ago. There were just some problems remaining with "position independent
> coding" (i.e. the *FPic handling). But work on it came to a halt because
> nobody would investigate it more closely.
>
> I believe there are just a few places that need to be fixed, the basic
> *FPic handling is already there, because it is needed on all other
> systems for shared library code.
>
> ♪♫
> - Alex
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