[TUHS] New V7 port available
patv at monmouth.com
Fri Oct 5 09:01:28 AEST 2007
Well, it looks like this was released before I had a chance to finish my
32v port, not that I was working very hard on it. I have a boot and
memory disk driver working, but haven't started the real device drivers
For what it's worth, I started the project with a port of the ACK
compiler. It may be useful. You can find it at
also some of my early work at ftp://opensourcedepot.com/32V.
I did get a chance to play with v7/x86 in Bochs. Looks pretty good.
Any plans for the future?
Jochen Kunz wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Oct 2007 19:51:05 +0200
> Robert Nordier <rnordier at nordier.com> wrote:
>> In classic porting style, the port includes a 16- and 32-bit
>> UNIX-style x86 assembler written from scratch, though the next step
>> of conjuring pcc to emit 32-bit x86 code was not done.
> There is a x86 pcc:
> This was imported into NetBSD a few days ago. You can compile most of
> NetBSD with this in-tree pcc now.
>> Alternatively, the system can be fairly readily run under Bochs or
>> some other emulator, using the available "demo" image.
> What about Xen DomU support? ;-)
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