Re: [Freedos-devel] Small Linux commands for DOS - DOS CoreutilsIt seems that cp command is not copying the file, but creating a link to it.
On pwd and rmdir help, you are still referencing MINIBOX.
Hope you will have enough time to finish them.
I am again wondering by the need of DJGPP, and CWSDPI. I do not see any huge requirements, most of the commands are reading/writting character by character, so using a 16 bit compiler such as OpenWatcom will make them smaller, and suitable for CPU less than 386.
Remitente: Ercan Ersoy <[hidden email]>
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Fecha: lunes, 12 de junio de 2017, 12:05:02
Asunto: [Freedos-devel] Small Linux commands for DOS - DOS Coreutils
I developed small Linux commands for DOS. Differently Minibox (my
previous project), DOS Coreutils is include commands by seperate files.
Source code compiles by DJGPP. I suggest compressing this for UPX.
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4DOS compiled with OpenWatcomWhen Revived 4DOS started, I read about they achieved to built it with Open Watcom 1.8, instead of Visual C++ 1.52 as 7.50.
Any one tried? How the performace between both compare?