Another port of the GNU-C compiler to MS-DOS is DJ Delorie's port,
known as DJGPP (DJ's GNU Programming
Platform). I used this
compiler way back in the MS-DOS days before MS Windows took hold.
It's strength is generating
32-bit DOS applications, but with RSXNTDJ (RSXNT for DJGPP), it can
be used to create Win32 apps like EMX/RSXNT. The disadvantage
(compared to EMX/RSXNT, for example) is that
the compiler and other tools are distributed in MS-DOS 32-bit format
instead of Win32 format, and this means that they run more slowly on
a Windows 95/NT
system. Go to DJ's web site
for all kinds of information on GNU, C compilers, etc.
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