Started by NCommander, March 14, 2017, 04:51:02 pm
Quote from: "ardi"While it is very interesting (and useful IMHO) to get rid of some of the hardware limits of NS, however it is important to notice that if you make NS able of achieving current hardware limits, you extend the lifetime of NS, and the 2038 year is not that far from today. So, any attempt at modernizing NS should deal with approaches for overcoming the 2038 year problem, IMHO.
QuoteThis very much reminds me of building OS X cctools for NEXTSTEP that I discussed in another thread. I had to mix-and-match headers between OS X and NEXTSTEP in order to satisfy all the pre-processor definitions and dependencies. Although the difference is that you actually know what you are doing, I was just playing Razz
Quote from: "Daxziz"Wow... simply speechless here. Seeing the Rhapsody 5.3 on x86 is huge and I can see the memory amount is fairly high as well.It does indeed bring some good possibilities if it all succeeds.-Daxziz