Andreas K. Foerster
AKFoerster at nikocity.de
Sun Aug 5 20:53:32 CEST 2001
On Sun, Aug 05, 2001 at 12:25:50PM +0200, Thomas Schatzl wrote:
> I personally don't have the need to port from TP to Linux;
These different needs explain our different views.
> > > The TP RTL is too much DOS dependant for this task imo.
> > I don't think so. Except of the DOS unit and perhaps the Graph unit.
> [Left from the TP RTL is the strings unit, not counting overlay (obsolete),
> printer (dos dependant; isn't stated as 100% Linux compatible in the fpc
There is just additional functionality in Linux.
> and the turbo3 and graph3 (n/a with FPC, obsolete) unit. You save one
> unit. Please correct me if I'm mistaken]
I meant the whole big SYSTEM unit, the CRT unit, the PRINTER unit,
the STRINGS unit, the OBJECT unit, and don't forget TurboVision -
okay, it's not yet in FPC, but that's not, what we're talking about.
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