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Try DJGPP. Dunno if you can cross-compile things with it, but if you can't get it on your DOS machine guess you can always install it in DOSBox.
That looks like a neat machine. I saw a topic about this on Cemetech a while back and it seems like some TI community members occasionally become interested in that computer, so maybe other people here have one too? I am curious about its capabilities. Also I edited your topic title to specify it's for HP 100LX.
Ooh, nice you got Borland working on it. Maybe you can get Windows 3 working? And develop Windows 3 apps?
Just realized the old PaintBrush would even be cool to ue on such a device *you can properly execute .bat file and stuff now? ^^
That screen looks amazing, but it must be weird to use Windows or Linux on such wide screen ratio. Is it like 3:1 or something?
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There's bcc available in Debian and Ubuntu but i could not compile anything with it.There's also GCC 220.127.116.11 for 8086 here, but without long support...But a compiler with working 16-bit output is OpenWatcom, i'm surprised no one talked about it.It can compile Wolfenstein 3D on a 64-bit host, supports all you need including extended memory...I never got the linux version to work though... you should either compile from source or use the Windows version.I wish DJGPP had support for the 8086... but OpenWatcom is great.
Thanks a lot Long support is not necessary for me.Do they support i186 (80186)?
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on August 31, 2016, 06:24:54 pmThat screen looks amazing, but it must be weird to use Windows or Linux on such wide screen ratio. Is it like 3:1 or something?I think so too Well the resolution is 640x200px (aspect ratio 16:5). Using DOS with this aspect ratio is alright. It might be difficult for certain games though (e.g. Tetris XD).Btw, my item is not even shipped yet:Quote from: USPSShipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting ItemUPDATE:It got now shipped Quote from: USPSYour item departed our SAN DIEGO, CA 92199 origin facility on August 31, 2016 at 7:55 pm. The item is currently in transit to the destination.
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