|DOS 5.0 Compiler? firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeff D. Hamann) (2001-11-17)|
|Re: DOS 5.0 Compiler? email@example.com (Jerry van Dijk) (2001-11-25)|
|Re: DOS 5.0 Compiler? firstname.lastname@example.org (Axel Kittenberger) (2001-11-25)|
|Re: DOS 5.0 Compiler? email@example.com (2001-11-25)|
|Re: DOS 5.0 Compiler? firstname.lastname@example.org (2001-11-25)|
|Re: DOS 5.0 Compiler? email@example.com (Shankar Unni) (2001-11-25)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (John Dallman)|
|Date:||25 Nov 2001 22:34:53 -0500|
|Organization:||By appointment only|
|Posted-Date:||25 Nov 2001 22:34:53 EST|
email@example.com (Jeff D. Hamann) wrote:
> I have a project where I need to produce a DOS 5 compatible executable
> and have no DOS 5 machines. Is there a "cross-compiler" I could run
> under FreeBSD/Linux? SHould I try to run an old copy of MSC7 under a
> DOS emulator on FreeBSD/Linux?
MSC7 should do, and should run OK under an emulator, since it's a pretty
well-behaved set of software. The CodeView debugger might be a different
matter, mind you.
Other ways would be to try to configure gcc as a cross-compiler - I
wouldn't bother - or download one of the range of DOS-compatible compilers
on Borland's community website.
John Dallman firstname.lastname@example.org
"C++ - the FORTRAN of the early 21st century."
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