I spent a while writing Windows 95/98 video drivers; we had a mix of 32-bit assembler and 16-bit C code in a 16-bit driver being called by 32-bit applications through a 32-bit to 16-bit kludge layer and negotiating with the 32-bit 3D drivers for control of hardware, all for the sake of backwards compatibility. Only the switch to XP finally eliminated that abomination.
Originally Posted by hechacker1
So yes, I'm glad that Linux devs are willing to break things if it results in a better end result. Unfortunately of late they often seem to be breaking things that remove useful functionality that we've been used to for years (Unity, Gnome 3, Wayland, etc).
Stylise animation i guess
Hi there Devender,i would like to get a fantastic animation done,i guess it's gonna be a combo of both hand painted and may be some flash.
Thanks for helping.
That was the day of the K6-2, and yes AGP was around for Super Socket 7. My first build was a K6-2 and Trident 6326.
Originally Posted by movieman