Ralf Baechle wrote:
> > Fantastic! Where will this baby be housed? (hint, hint)
> > I am curretnly installing (wurg) WIN 95, cause I am supposed to write
> > some ISDN-Stuff. Perhaps I can do a port of the Linux-ISDN systems
> > (I have to look at them anyway :))
> Bad news for you: the ISDN stuff looks pretty portable; nothing to do
> but compile ...
:) Partly. As I need a CAPI, the ISDN-Stuffcan only be a starting point.
But you are right, programmers doin ISDN are really working portable.
I had a look into the SDK for AVM-cards.
I really was astonished.
MS-DOG Sources which can compile without changes in DOS, WIN16 and WIN32
a handful of #defines (_far, __far, near ans some other funny keywordsw)
and the right header-files will do,
if I had a CAPI, there would be not much left todo :)
Actually, besides ISDN.
My impression is, that the point is approaching, where _normal_
development ain't far away.
I hereby renew my statement of interest for this project :)
I am still not very keen on kernel-hacking but you'll know, what I can do:)