That's a known bug (which nobody knows how to fix, unfortunately). It isQuote:> > Do you mean that other programs that use floating point (except Make) run
> > on your system? Try to write a trivial program that does some FP
> > computations and see if it bombs.
> What I thought was happening wasn't as weird as what IS happening.
> It's true that if, under DOSEMU, I don't set both 387=N and
> EMU387=c:\djgpp\bin\emu387.dxe that gcc won't run--it bombs with an
> FP exception.
mentioned in the DJGPP FAQ list (section 11.1).
I don't think Linux FP emulator is available to programs which run underQuote:> wonder why this program won't PRINT the result. I'd also sorta expect
> that since the Linux kernel does FP emulation, that DOS programs would
> lean on that capability without NEEDing a dos-level emulator. But then
> what do I know? :-)