[fpc-devel] OS/2 and DLLs
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Wed Dec 17 22:01:50 CET 2014
On 17 Dec 14, at 15:38, rpzrpzrpz at gmail.com wrote:
> On 12/17/2014 3:23 PM, Ralf Quint wrote:
> > On 12/17/2014 12:20 PM, Sven Barth wrote:
> >> On 17.12.2014 21:08, rpzrpzrpz at gmail.com wrote:
> >>> No disrespect, but, don't you think it is time to retire your OS/2
> >>> computer?
> >>> There is an operating system called Linux and its very nice and modern.
> >>> You should try it.
> >> You do know that you are saying this on a mailing list of a compiler
> >> that recently gained 16-bit MS-DOS support and regained m68k-amiga
> >> support? Supporting exotic platforms is one of the strong points of FPC.
> > Not to mention that our friend probably never used or even has seen an
> > OS/2 system... ;-)
> > Ralf
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> Ralf, Such passion for obsolescence...
> What is the use case other than a hobby and pride for OS/2 support?
> Hopefully, FPC core maintainers are not distracted by the legacy support.
With all the respect to your opinions: If you want to discuss
potential reasons for using various operating systems (and/or
continuing support of such operating systems in FPC), I suggest that
you move that discussion to fpc-other. For now, let's stick to a
reminder that the whole FPC is a hobby project.
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