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From: e...@cunixf.cc.columbia.edu (Eben Moglen)
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Subject: Re: Perl 4 port for DJGPP?
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Has anyone used DJGPP to port a full 32-bit Perl for MSDOS?  I have been
using Stu Phillips' VROOM port happily enough, but now I have some tasks that
need more elbow room than that approach will provide.  Any information or
explanations, including discouraging words, would be very welcome.
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