Contributed by jose on from the alternate-compilers dept.
"To get you out of the April fools-day insanity, here are news from the compiler-business:Getting TenDRA working cleanly and smoothly on OpenBSD is going to take a bit of work, so why not help out? This is a rough start, but a start nonetheless.
People on the TenDRA-dev mailinglists reported success in compiling a working binary on OpenBSD/i386 in this thread: http://lists.tendra.org/tendra-dev/20030330/threads.html .
So far only compiling a simple "Hello World" or quicksort.c work, but Jeroen Ruigrok from the TenDRA dev team says in one of the mails: http://lists.tendra.org/tendra-dev/20030330/msg00006.html
"Start with small tools first, ls, cat, and the like. These will show TenDRA's problems quickly and also give you a test run on the OpenBSD sourcecode base in small doses."
So please give TenDRA a try on your OpenBSD box and help to make it an alternative compiler in /usr/ports/lang/. :)"
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