www.digitalmars.com         C & C++   DMDScript  

D - D on DOS32/X32, old Linux kernel

reply Cloud9 Virtual <cloud9virtual yahoo.com> writes:
Is it possible? Is it hard to do? dmd has only a Win32 mode, dmc can do 
DOS/DOS32.
I seem to remember that 32-bitness is a minimum requirement for D so 
straight *DOS will not do, but I'm fine with DOS32.

I would like to use D on an embedded x86 target and the OS choices are 
DOS(X) and ucLinux, which uses a 2.0.x kernel series.
What is the oldest kernel supported by Linux dmd?
Feb 29 2004
parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
It could be done on DOSX, it's just a matter of investing the time and
effort doing the libraries for it.

"Cloud9 Virtual" <cloud9virtual yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:c1tbof$2sp4$2 digitaldaemon.com...
 Is it possible? Is it hard to do? dmd has only a Win32 mode, dmc can do
 DOS/DOS32.
 I seem to remember that 32-bitness is a minimum requirement for D so
 straight *DOS will not do, but I'm fine with DOS32.

 I would like to use D on an embedded x86 target and the OS choices are
 DOS(X) and ucLinux, which uses a 2.0.x kernel series.
 What is the oldest kernel supported by Linux dmd?

Mar 02 2004