Re: new version of lisaem?

From: gilles <gilles.fetis_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 13:49:33 -0700 (PDT)

My daily use machine is a toshiba libretto CT100 (when I'm in the train). I know far much modern atom based machines exist but... I just can't afford one for now.
Also, for speed I use the Allegro game library that is also portable and very fast. An alternative should be SDL, I'm thinking about it but I'll then have to rewrite the debugger in something else, probably GTK, anyway I did not work on Idle for months...

> It might be nice to have LisaEm run on a 166Mhz Pentium box, but I do
> have more modern equipment for daily use, so why impose an artificial limit?
> Were I to rip out the C++ code and put back the old raw Xlib code, it
> would run on those boxes too, but why go back to making it look like a
> 1991 application?

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