Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 29th Apr 2012 20:28 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives "During the coding period, I will first work on the boot loader. I intend to modify the existing x86 boot loader so that it is capable of loading both a 32-bit Haiku kernel and a 64-bit one. Once this is done, I will work on implementing the x86_64 architecture functionality in the kernel. Finally, I will port modules and drivers to the 64-bit kernel. Should I have time, I will also begin work on porting userland." Heck. Yes.
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RE[3]: Cool, but...
by v_bobok on Wed 2nd May 2012 00:28 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Cool, but..."
v_bobok
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2008-08-01

Personally I don't care about binary compatibility anymore. I'd use newly ported Qt stuff along with new native bits anyway, since most of the old software is very outdated.

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