Started by t-rexky, December 02, 2011, 05:31:06 am
Quote from: "linmag7"I'm not sure what the best approach to header files is. When I was porting stuff to nextstep I collected missing header stuff into new headers that I included into whatever source-files needed them. This was in order to leave the original nextstep header files intact.Maybe a different approach would be to create a patch-kit that could be applied to original nexstep headerfiles in order to add/fix missing stuff to those files?
#pragma redefined_extname strcoll nx_strcoll
Quote from: "gregwtmtno"Just wanted to say thanks for the hard work. I wish I could give insightful comments, but you've really way beyond my level of understanding on this one.
Quote- UPDATE -Of course shortly after I posted the above I was able to figure out what was ailing gcc-4.2.4. It is now (finally) happily crunching through the stage 2 build and jump tables are working. Fingers crossed!
Quote from: "gregwtmtno"I feel like getting a modern compiler going could open the door to a lot more ports.
Quote from: "barcher174"Hi t-rexkyThanks for the update. I will give your previous version a try. I have a shared hosting account, so if you are unable to contact nitro maybe we can mirror anything you want there until you get access here. I'll look forward to your progress. I've been considering the possibility of creating something similar to busybox for the next. Basically a single low resource binary with scaled down versions of modern shell tools.