Subject: Re: 68k ports (was Re: mips ports)
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: David Hopper <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/15/1996 16:34:03
> > > It seems it would be a good idea to start splitting the MI R* code out
> > > and making a common pool for it, since two ports now use it...
> > can begin looking at it. Has anyone else worked on this? Are other
> > ports (e.g. 68k) doing this?
> I think the port masters of all the m68k ports should get together and
> work the parts out, that could be shared between the ports. After all, this
> is the area where NetBSD has it's biggest potential.
...and would be an excellent move toward enabling a NeXT cube/station port
of NetBSD, the one platform that would _truly_ benefit from the performance
gain that NetBSD has to offer.
I guess I should pick up K&R again, and figure out how that damn "Hello
World" works... ;^)
David Hopper (email@example.com) : http://tiamat.chaldea.com
Anthropology Department, Stanford University
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