[nos-bbs] Fwd: To be or not to be

Glenn glennt at charter.net
Mon Jan 25 20:29:17 EST 2010

Hi Angela!

It's worth mentioning that Borland Turbo C++ v4.0 and 4.5 also build JNOS quite well. The compilers presumably have fewer bugs, a potential advantage. The down side is the 3.1 was the last version to include an assembler, so you need to either set up a separate assembler (my solution) or keep the object files from the assembly code instead of nuking it with a "make clean"...

73 de Glenn WB6W

---- "Angela  (M1SCH / PE1BIV)" <nos-bbs_mail at pe1biv.net> wrote: 
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "George [ham] VerDuin" <k8rra at ameritech.net>
> Sent: Saturday, December 26, 2009 6:46 PM
> > The URL http://jnoswiki.no-ip.org
> > > I must have missed it.
> I'm also one who totally mised all of this, simply due to JNOS, still 1.11f,
> currently just running here and not getting an opportunity to checking out
> JNOS 2, and as such also not really keeping up with all the messages.
> I will add the link to my JNOS links.
> One of my problems is that I'm currently can not do any compilations anyway,
> as I first have to find my C++ 3.1 floppies in one of the still unopened
> (for too long) moving boxes and then install it on one of my machines. Well,
> that is if the floppies are still readable after all these years.
> I guess I'll first will do some other hardware upgrades. At the moment the
> BBS is running on the machine that also has the OptoSCC cards and on top of
> DOS the combination just every now and then does run out of memory.
> I still like the system with the OptoSCC cards, but it limits the hardware
> to main boards with ISA slots. But, I still have a few up to P3-500.
> I know there at least has been one PCI version of an SCC card, but I've
> never seen one.
> Rgs, 73, Angela
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