They had some kinda compiler farm where you could compile against Linux
and BSD. Dunno if its still there.
On Wed, 26 Apr 2000, Caolan McNamara wrote:
> Did I read somewhere that sourceforge or someplace like it was offering a
> build farm of multiple architectures where you could test to see if code
> would compile cleanly under a number of different OSs ?
>> sourceforge has no mention of it as far as I can see, did I imagine the
> whole thing ?
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