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uart777



Joined: 17 Jan 2012
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uart777
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let see how many percentage market you guys could captured... only market could decide who is the winner
Strongly disagree. Popularity does not determine quality. By this logic, McDonalds (most popular restaurant) has the best tasting food, Walmart's "Great-Value" (most popular brand) products are the highest quality and MASM (most popular assembler) is a better assembler than FASM. None of this is true, they're just popular for reasons other than quality: low-price, name, advertisements, availability.

No time for this.


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Post 16 Nov 2013, 20:39
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cod3b453



Joined: 25 Aug 2004
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cod3b453
Well the only eye candy I have is in the attached video (WebM) and most of it is debug/boot trace. Right now got a lot of work that's happening for scheduling/memory/software graphics engine and drivers in general, so nothing visible occurs after entering long mode until all of those finally come together (hopefully one day). Although it's all text, it is actually running 24bit+ graphical mode but with a very basic bitmap font rendering.


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Post 17 Nov 2013, 01:15
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