Daniel Barlow <dan@...> writes:
> (2) In my sleep-deprived state early yesterday morning, I decided that
> SBCL on Tru64 (formerly Digital Unix, formerly OSF/1) would be neat.
> It now gets as far as the prompt in cold-init, and can evaluate
> (* 2 3) so it _must_ work ...
SBCL on Tru64 now compiles and passes all tests but for irrat, and
I'll be looking at merging it once (a) it's proven to build itself,
(b) I've cleaned it up a bit.
(No dynamic loading as yet; it doesn't like ldso-stubs.S very much.
It ought to be possible somehow, though)
Question: what to call it? What was OSF/1 got renamed to Digital
Unix, and then to Tru64 for marketing purposes. But uname still calls
it OSF1. Do we go for well-known name or for uname? I note that
the Solaris port has the feature :sunos, which is an argument for
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