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    On Mon, 5 Mar 2001, J . A . Magallon wrote:

    > What that line does is to build a tool (aicasm) to generate the ucode
    > that
    > is built into the kernel (afaik, it is a kind of assembler from a
    > language
    > to AIC sequencer code). That is, the tool uses db1 (as mkdep.c uses
    > glibc)
    > but once you have generated the sequencer instructions, that is what is
    > built
    > into the kernel, not the tool (aicasm).

    It's very nice... Now one should have not only special kgcc to build the
    kernel, but also the obsolete library with all the development stuff
    installed... Is it sane?

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