On Wed, 10 Feb 1999, Bengt Kleberg wrote:
> Note: I still think the idea of a self hosted environment has enough
> merits to make this a primary goal. If it turns out to be difficult to get
> a c/c++ compiler on top of EROS, then it might be time to investigate
> other host environments.
To get all of the components of GNU make and gcc (cc1, cccp, GNU ld, gas, gcc itself, etc.) working on top of EROS, most likely the shortest path is to implement enough of Dionysix that they will run unmodified.
How complete is Dionysix?
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