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Re: Interesting links

Postby VileRancour » 2018-7-07 @ 11:35

https://www.krnl386.com/
and https://blog.krnl386.com/

Someone's a bit of a Windows 1.0 enthusiast.
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Re: Interesting links

Postby DosFreak » 2018-8-05 @ 12:21

https://sourceforge.net/p/freedos/news/ ... 6-for-dos/

You may be familiar with the GNU C Compiler from the GNU Project, found on pretty much any Linux distribution. Previously, if you wanted to compile programs using GCC on DOS, you used DJGPP (DJ's GNU Programming Platform) from DJ Delorie. But programs compiled using DJGPP require a 32-bit CPU.

TK Chia has been working to port the GNU C Compiler to DOS, using the ia16 instruction set. While compiling with gcc-ia16 requires a 32-bit CPU, the generated programs will run on any 16-bit CPU. TK Chia recently posted the latest packages for gcc-ia16 at Github. Go grab them!
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Re: Interesting links

Postby VileRancour » 2018-8-05 @ 14:01

^
TK Chia hasn't been the only one working on it - the parent build-ia16 project has most of its commits by our fellow VOGONer, reenigne. :)
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Re: Interesting links

Postby leileilol » 2018-9-25 @ 01:05

That installer blogpost is great, wish there was a similar solution for autoruns/"demoshield" type stuff though
by the way, DOSBox is not for running Windows 9x
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Re: Interesting links

Postby elianda » 2019-3-28 @ 10:25

For all FM Synth fans, JCH released the Source of Edlib (26/03/2019): http://chordian.net/files/programs/dos/ ... _Codes.zip
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Re: Interesting links

Postby bakemono » 2019-10-12 @ 02:36

Ran across this DPMI host which is supposed to work with 286 protected mode programs (as well as 386). I didn't even realize this existed. http://www.sudleyplace.com/dpmione/

Also, a thread about getting FreeBASIC to run on Win32S: https://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtop ... =4&t=27912
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Re: Interesting links

Postby kolderman » 2019-10-12 @ 03:12

bakemono wrote:Ran across this DPMI host which is supposed to work with 286 protected mode programs (as well as 386). I didn't even realize this existed. http://www.sudleyplace.com/dpmione/

Also, a thread about getting FreeBASIC to run on Win32S: https://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtop ... =4&t=27912


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Re: Interesting links

Postby Caluser2000 » 2019-10-12 @ 06:41

http://www.uncreativelabs.net/ Use to be an old hang out of mine a while back. Some good stuff there still. Actually there's a LOT of good stuff there.
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