matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Fri Feb 15 00:48:21 PST 2008
Gary Benson wrote:
> Matthew Flaschen wrote:
>> Gary Benson wrote:
>>> It ought to work, but I haven't been able to test it because
>>> I don't have an x86_64 machine handy and when I tried it on
>>> an i686 g++ printed a screenful of lisp and bombed out which
>>> I presume was it's way of saying "compiler error". So YMMV...
>> Lisp?! Now you've scared me. Java, C++ gibberish I can handle,
>> but Lisp... In all seriousness, is there a performance (or
>> otherwise) advantage to using this port on x86?
> No, it's incredibly slow :) But a number of people have expressed
> interest on being able to run the zero port on existing platforms,
> without having to find a ppc box or some such, which is why I made
> the option.
Thanks. I'll try to test it (I'm on 686 and Ubuntu Gutsy) when I get a
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