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Berlin, Germany,
06.09.2007, 17:22
 

Digital Mars C/C++ version 8.50 available (Announce)

Walter Bright released version 8.50 on 06 September 2007.

Website: http://www.digitalmars.com/
Changes: http://www.digitalmars.com/changelog.html#new850
Download: http://www.digitalmars.com/download/dmcpp.html

rr(R)

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Berlin, Germany,
06.09.2007, 17:32

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Digital Mars C/C++ version 8.50 available

> Changes: http://www.digitalmars.com/changelog.html#new850

AFAIK "Fixed bug in _nmalloc() where allocations larger than 0x8000 failed." is related to my previous bug report. So we are talking about dm\lib\sds.lib, which is only part of cd850.zip.

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Berlin, Germany,
08.09.2007, 21:04

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Digital Mars C/C++ version 8.50 available

> AFAIK "Fixed bug in _nmalloc() where allocations larger than 0x8000
> failed." is related to my previous bug report. So we are talking about
> dm\lib\sds.lib, which is only part of cd850.zip.

In result of my mail Walter Bright released dm850dos.zip. :-) Maybe it's time to check _nmalloc() for other than the small memory model. :-D

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US,
09.09.2007, 04:38

@ rr
 

Digital Mars C/C++ version 8.50 available

> In result of my mail Walter Bright released dm850dos.zip. :-)

Is this an add-on, or a replacement, for dm833dos.zip?

Steve(R)

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US,
09.09.2007, 05:09

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Digital Mars C/C++ version 8.50 available

> > In result of my mail Walter Bright released dm850dos.zip.
> :-)
>
> Is this an add-on, or a replacement, for dm833dos.zip?

Never mind the question. It's a replacement. The download page has this link:
"http://ftp.digitalmars.com/Digital_Mars_C++/Patch/dm850dos.zip" title="download dm833dos.zip"

The title parameter wasn't revised, so the visible balloon disguised what it really is, and where. File now downloaded and inspected, no doubt about contents.

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