In article <A1294014...@thelake.mn.org>, st...@thelake.mn.org (Steve Yelvington) writes:MultiTOS truly is based on MiNT (Atari showed it at CEbit, so I'm allowed
> [In article <1992Mar24.002549.31...@infoserver.th-darmstadt.de>,
> wallm...@backus.pu.informatik.th-darmstadt.de (Natuerlich!) writes ... ]
> > It appears to me that even with the coming of MTOS we will still
> I think that's still an unanswered question. If MultiTOS is truly based
to say that much now :-)). Not every feature of MiNT will necessarily
appear in MultiTOS, and vice-versa; but it might not be unreasonable to
suppose that MultiTOS will have some sort of installable file systems.
> The real bottleneck is that the AES and application software assumeExactly. Actually, the backslash isn't so much of a problem (it's easy enough
> the 8+3 filename format and the backslash path delimiter.
to convert / <-> \) but all the existing applications that think that
all files have 8+3 uppercase names are going to be a real pain.
I should emphasize here that all of the above are my opinions only.
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