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RJDOS v0.01a experimental tiny DOS shell (BETA with BIG B!) (Announce)

posted by Arjay(R), 11.12.2009, 22:47

> I don't care abou lic, once I freed the sources it's for free use.
Ok. Just to be more open/clear I was asking from 2 different standpoints:

1) Protecting your interests - ROMOS interests me not only from a personal non-commercial perspective but also from a commercial perspective - thus I am keen to understand where you stand on both points. PM me if you want on this.

2) I am working some stuff commercially myself, thus also need to protect my own interests - hence I'm keen to find out what you are wanting to do etc.

That all said I am keen to strike the right balance and a lot of what I am currently doing is working to feed "back" into various projects in an open as possible way, make further useful connections etc. I certainly do not believe in passing off other peoples work as ones own and if I can help others out along the way then I will.

> Currently I use Datalight miniCMD which takes 3294B but it's very limited
> in function. But all it's necessary is to change path and launch something
> better like micromanager. But would be nice to have something small but
> better. I also have General Software mini-COMMAND.COM V2.0 from embedded
> dos 5.0 - 10752 bytes.
Ok, I'm familiar with Datalight (but not their actual software). Likewise I know of embedded DOS but not their software. So separate to these offerings, in an ideal situation for your needs what your ideal size for a shell and what's the basic functionality that you would need? I'm assuming your looking for something that is free as your own project is to be free, right?

> I just tried to apack your rjdos but it makes it bigger :P
Hehe.

 

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