[fpc-pascal]Calling intr from Windows

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Thu Mar 21 18:56:23 CET 2002

Date sent:      	Sun, 17 Mar 2002 22:13:10 +0100 (CET)
From:           	Jonas Maebe <jonas at zeus.rug.ac.be>
To:             	<fpc-pascal at deadlock.et.tudelft.nl>
Subject:        	Re: [fpc-pascal]Calling intr from Windows
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> > That would disallow to compile programms even when the unsupported
> > function isn't essential.
> I don't see how a call to msdos/intr could be 'non essential' (if they
> would be, then why are they in te program? :). And even though a
> program could run for a while calling dummy mark/release procedures,
> it would eventually consume so much RAM the system would become
> unusable.

 Another possibility just coming to my mind would be to just set the 
CY flag (in the record of registers) in all calls to MsDos / Intr 
(this is returned as an error in most - if not all - DOS / BIOS 


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