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Date: Tue, 16 Feb 1999 06:43:14 -0500
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From: Richard Kandarian <richard DOT kandarian AT lanl DOT gov>
Subject: Help porting cygwin to Alpha?
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I'd like to have cygwin on alpha. I'll do the work if it isn't too much (<
80 hrs.) and I'll maintain it as long as I'm using alphas. Before I started
in earnest I wanted to see if you subscribers to this list could offer any
advice, comments, assistance, etc. I am new to cygwin and gcc internals
though I think I am capable of making the port.

I have gotten some pointers from Geoffrey Noer, have tried out the port
from guiduck.com and have the source for it. The guiduck port works pretty
well but not as well as the current cygwin and I'd like to have the same
stuff running on both alpha and intel.


Richard Kandarian
UNIX is software. MS Windows is hardware implemented in software.

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