> The WIN32 stuff in binutils isn't easy to make work on MIPS. Let alone
> something gcc. So that's going to be real fun if somebody really want to
> support the dark side's stuff.
I see no reason to even try this - except for the technical challenge of
> SC CPUs still aren't supported but the basic framework to fix the SC problems
> is now in the kernel. And without benchmarking I dare to say it's faster
> RISC/os. Most important, several satisfied customers ...
Thats good news, and I hope to be one of these customers soon.... after getting
my Sun3 setup with the latest NetBSD.
> Won't be hard to support (E)ISA gfx cards as replacement, btw.
Now that is interesting, I recall a discussion about this a while back either
here or on comp.sys.mips. So how would it work - can't remember what the
outcome was. I have no technical docs on the 4000 series Magnums - though have
the origional tech docs for the R3000 Magnums (which I also have one of).