"Jiri Malak" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
It is tested by standard OW regression tests for C, C++, WASM and Fortran 77
compilers for 32 and 16-bit targets and for 64/32/16-bit hosts.
Not all combinations are posible and I am able to do it.
I am doing following tests
16-bit target is tested on Windows 2003
32-bit hosts tools are tested on Linux/Windows 2003
64-bit hosts tools are tested on Linux/Windows 7
Any real test results from DOS or OS/2 are welcome.
64-bin Linux version is stil not usable, there is some problem with
compilers and code generator. I will fix it latter.
Anyway, I forked OW 1.9 as well tested background and change build system to
be similar as what is in Perforce for version 2. I fixed many various
problems, mainly crashing of C++ compiler, fix code generator to proper
initialization of poiters for DLL code, I added LFN support to DOS version
of OW tools, etc..
I hove not list of all them now.
Post by Steve Fabian
| All the installs appear to be there at
| So is OpenWatcom moving to sourceforge?
The OFFICIAL FTP site, ftp://openwatcom.org, is still distributing version
1.9. It has undergone full regression testing.
Jiri Malik created a FORK for version 2.0 on sourceforge. There is no
record I am personally aware of that it had undergone the full regression
testing, nor that it is a RELEASE. This does not mean that it is not a
well-tested release. So: CAVEAT EMPTOR!
Jiri, are you still maintaining your fork in Git and do you have a project
home page? I wanted to update the OW website with your links so people can
more easily find your work.