Subject: Re: PC-Linux -> MacBSD cross dev?
To: Tom Rowlands <email@example.com>
From: Allen Briggs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/02/1995 21:33:33
> Why does everyone have such a huge problem with it staying? It works ain't it?
I don't like it because it's not code that we really have access to. If
something changes between two different ROMs, or if a system patch is
required to patch the ROMs, we're out of luck. Granted, ADB should be
basically functional at the ROM level, but who knows if it really is
on all machines?
I'm also sore because ADB worked on the Quadra 700 before the MRG
changes and I haven't poked at it long enough to get it working
PS. "ain't" is a colloquialism for "isn't," so your statement would be
properly worded (at least in this part of the U.S. where "ain't" is
used a lot) "It's working, ain't it?" or, more likely, "It works,
don't it?" ;-)
Allen Briggs - end killing - email@example.com ** MacBSD == NetBSD/mac68k **