Subject: Re: man pages & style guide
To: Peter Seebach <>
From: Monroe Williams <>
List: current-users
Date: 03/08/1996 15:38:00
Peter Seebach writes:
>Would anyone like to offer an example of a machine that:
>1.  Can physically run NetBSD in principle.
>2.  Does not have an ANSI compiler.
>3.  Cannot build gcc.

Should we add another to the list?

4.  Can't be cross-compiled to from a system that _does_ run gcc.

It seems (to one who has done his share of programming but no NetBSD
ports), that a port to such a deprived machine would be much easier to
bootstrap by cross-compiling from another system.

-- monroe
Monroe Williams