- It will not allow any inline assembler. It will give an error like class 'DI REG' not found in reloading of asm. None of the examples of assembly in DJGPP from the web work.
- It will not correctly link all source files in a project correctly. This causes undefined reference errors since the linker is so brain dead it cant find the files - even when they are clearly in the project and when the headers have been correctly included in the source that uses the functions from that file.
- It also will not correctly link with NASM files, nor will it correctly assemble NASM files, nor will it correctly lexically scan NASM files. I could write oooga booga ooooga and it says it compiled into an .asm with no errors. Yeah right. At last check oooga booga oooga was not a valid instruction from the x86 set.
And I have RHIDE version 1.4.9 which I think is the latest version of RHIDE for Win9x.
Either RHIDE is screwed up or DJGPP is.
Someone please help.