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Re: portability to Windows CE?

From: Paolo Bonzini
Subject: Re: portability to Windows CE?
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 20:24:12 +0100
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I'm being told that there is a free development environment called CeGCC [2].
Both the Microsoft development environment and this one provide only a
rudimentary C library: according to [3] it has even less functions than
Windows, namely:
   - no<assert.h>
   - no<errno.h>
   - no<fcntl.h>
   - no<locale.h>
   - no<signal.h>
   - no<time.h>

Care or don't care?

I'm seriously thinking of forking Wine's MSVCRT + gnulib's code to provide a decent native libc for Windows. That would support Windows CE of course.

Having time for it, of course, is a different story...


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