Webinar 12: x86 State of the Port

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--- Dev_notes ---

In this webinar, Clair Grant and Terry Holmes talk on OpenVMS x86 state of the port.

0:00:00 Introduction
0:01:52 Agenda
0:03:05 Business Update
0:09:07 Schedule
0:23:04 Platform Support
0:35:10 Compilers
0:39:13 Q&A
0:47:29 Conclusion

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