• ASiegel
    Posts: 1329 from 2003/2/15
    From: Central Europe

    Were MorphOS to be rewritten in X86 machine code, program code compiled for MorphOS would have to be specific to MorphOS.

    First, assembler code is rarely used for the PowerPC-compatible versions of MorphOS. Why would this change if it ever supported another processor architecture?

    Second, why exactly would the need for OS-specific code become bigger on another processor architecture?

    I fail to understand the reasoning behind your initial assumption as well as your conclusion.


    You're not going to be able to create X86 code that addresses MorphOs system calls by developing on another system.

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