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SubjectRe: MAINTAINERS file out of date?
Eric W. Biederman wrote:
> "H. Peter Anvin" <hpa@zytor.com> writes:
>
>> A lot of that code (although, of course, not all) could be written in C,
>> though. I'm thinking of taking a stab at rewriting it that way.
>
> Is this using the .code16gcc? Or are you thinking of some other
> technique. Requiring another C compiler to build the kernel would
> be a pain to use.

.code16gcc was what I was using. There is a GSoC project that I'm
mentoring to get 16-bit support for gcc, that will be possible to
eventually migrate to (for code size) if/when it gets implemented and
gets pushed out far enough, but that's for the future.

-hpa
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