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jam...@volition-inc.com (James Hague) writes:no, the reason windows compilers are so bad is that the x86 arch is a
> And there's always the issue of platform maturity. I'd love to wrote
> for a UNIX variant if I could, but I can't. I have to use Windows
> 95/98. This operating system is really only three years old, and
> most compiler writers haven't come to grips with it yet. Perhaps it
> is just that writing a Windows compiler is more complex than writing a
> Linux compiler, so fewer people are willing to do it. Either way, the
> current batch of Windows Lisps are just beginning to scrape toward
> good code generation IMO.
total loser. no matter what the original language is, making the x86
do it well is difficult. the 8086 came out before 1980 and 80386 came
before 1990 and we *still* have bad compilers - even for popular
languages like C.
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