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More Of The Linux Kernel's x86 Assembly Code Gets Rewritten In C

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  • #41
    Originally posted by computerquip View Post
    Have you ever used or heard of optlink (especially in the early days)?
    Oh hey, optlink, the D linker on 32-bit Windows. I use that. I wish I didn't need to, but hey.

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    • #42
      This is huge news.

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      • #43
        Originally posted by computerquip View Post


        Have you ever used or heard of optlink (especially in the early days)? If so, your statement makes me want to slap you in the face for your own good.

        Me too. But a nano-kernel could be written in assembly. The whole kernel? Never. It makes nosense. USB for example is not x86 or ARM specific.

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        • #44
          Why are you people so dumb?

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