..if Micro$hit use their own compilers and tools e.g. VC++ etc?
:..if Micro$hit use their own compilers and tools e.g. VC++ etc?
Yup. And IMHO, VC++ is a great IDE. I would like it to be a bit
smaller though, but of all programs I have bought and used from MS
this is the only one I feel comfortable with. I like it a lot, very
fast turntime when developing and not that bad implemented. The
compiler seems to generade good code as well, the later versions seems
to be even better then what Watcom generates, which is what I used
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I am about to install linux. I'm wondering if the DOS MERGE product
will run on it, to run DOS as a process under X. There's a new
version of Merge that's just come out that supports DOS 5.0 and
Windows 3.1. I'm particularly interested in that version.
P.S. I spoke to Locus yesterday and they said that
a) hooks in kernel are necessary
b) they need to make an OEM agreement w/someone, because they
can't sell directly to users -- who could this be??
Can dosem run windows yet?? when??