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Re: Re: [f-cpu] Re: Project short description

On Tue, 4 Sep 2001, Michael Riepe wrote:

> On Tue, Sep 04, 2001 at 09:44:26AM +0200, Juergen Goeritz wrote:
> > [...] Is anybody working on a F-CPU
> > compiler suite?
> We have an early gcc port (not very useful at the moment).  Yann and I
> both work on F-CPU assemblers (although with different goals in mind).
> I also have a semi-finished ld somewhere, and a set of other tools (ar,
> ranlib, strip, nm, mcs) that can be "recycled" easily since they are
> (almost) processor-independent.

That's a good start. 

> [...]
> > >  If you take the risk to use F-CPU, your future is bright and
> > >  clear, if it arrives. At least not before 2 years.
> > 
> > :-) Did you read the mail of Michael? He told me that it's
> > not yet clear when and if it will ever run. At least it is
> > a big pitty that the participants work on it between some
> > jobs for earning money...
> At least you know both sides of the medal now ;)

I know them since 3 years when I started to go for mCluster ;)
Everytime I did run into some trouble on these jobs for
money because I was a bit too far ahead already...


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