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Getting GCC to build wasn't too hard, along with the binutils, there is
enough in there, and EMX thinks it's UNIX enough to get an i386 32bit OS to
compile it. Mostly it was file renaming.
I don't know why I didn't think of the OMF route, I guess I was thinking of
keeping the toolchain 1:1.
For my MS-DOS stuff I still use 2.95.3 although I know the DJGPP people have
a 5.10 branch going on right now. But my stuff isn't all that exciting
feature wise, so it's OK for now.
At the moment I ftp my objects, and link on the target. Not the best, but I
have to run on the target anyways so it's not as bad. Of course compiling
on OS X is a billion times faster, but it's really not fair to compare OS/2
2.00 vs OS X 10.10.
Thanks for the fossil link I'll check it out.