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Re: How out of date is "netbsdpe"?

On Fri, Jun 11, 2021 at 06:37:35PM -0400, John Ericson wrote:
 > When working on patches for GCC and Binutils to change the meaning
 > of "netbsd" in configs to mean ELF rather than a.out as discussed
 > in the other thread, I noticed there was also a "netbsdpe" in a few
 > places.
 > I assume this stands for "NetBSD Portable Executable". Has this
 > been supported any time in recent memory? (My background knowledge
 > is that the time-frame of other non-Windows OSes trying out PE was
 > very brief and long ago.)

Not that I know of. There was a COMPAT_PECOFF for a while, but it
never did much and was removed in 2011.

David A. Holland

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