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posted by Rugxulo(R) Homepage, Usono, 10.04.2009, 05:09

> > Yes, I've heard PTS-DOS is a little buggy, but I think RxDOS (no
> offense)
> > is even buggier. Still, probably not completely useless.
> Be assured that RxDOS has the most bugs. The only reason I don't consider
> it "completely useless" is because it's open source (and of course because
> that's the coolest DOS name, no offense :-D).

Well, the only real problem with it is that it hasn't been polished and tested enough. And that's probably due to the MASM-only sources (although as mentioned, a rough A86 port exists). The more the merrier, esp. an assembly version! :-)

> > benchmarking XCOPY and RxCOPY etc.
> Nice try, but I think you meant FreeDOS's RXCOPY. I'm not aware it has
> anything to do with RxDOS.

I do mean FreeDOS' "RxCOPY", which is what they call it (don't ask me why). It doesn't have anything to do with RxDOS, AFAICT.

P.S. Checking old messages, it seems there was a lot of discussion over whether to migrate to or incorporate either OpenDOS or RxDOS kernel features. But I guess DOS-C was better / easier (and obviously better license than OpenDOS). I think Tom E. told us here not too long ago that C was chosen due to easier maintenance for the developers at the time. I think it was a good decision.


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