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Re: reviving oskit-mach

From: Igor Khavkine
Subject: Re: reviving oskit-mach
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 23:26:48 -0400
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On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 05:19:00PM -0400, Roland McGrath wrote:
> I bought some computers and I am now almost back in the saddle.  I am not
> quite ready to set up my Hurd yet, but I'm starting to hack on getting
> oskit-mach to build cleanly again (I'm building on Linux).  So I would like
> to hear anew any reports of people to build or use oskit-mach (I don't care
> about gnumach), and I will try to look into them starting this weekend.  It
> would be nice if we could use the Debian BTS for this, but I don't think
> there is an entry for oskit-mach and I don't want to intermingle the
> reports with gnumach's reports.  So just send your bugs to bug-hurd.

I've been working with oskit-mach all this thime that I've been trying to get
FPU emulation to work. At the same time I hacked my source tree a bit to clean
it up. Earlier I posted a list of headers that I deleted because they seemed 
redundant, you seemed to agree with most of them. You might want to check out 
the patch I produced with my source tree against the one pulled from CVS.



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