My learning experience of writing an x86 real-mode kernel, bootloader & some hardware drivers from way back in 1994-95. If you want to build/run anything you'll need Dosbox.
My thanks to many people who didn't dissuede me at the time, and Sam for encouraging me to publish after 25 years of languishing in the dark on tape backup.
Yes! I have included the required tools along with the source code (it took ages to find 'em!) I have been unable to source the required version of Polytron VCS (PVCS) or Polytron Make, so all the *.??v files are useless (and I should remove from git at some point) and I have had to port each makefile to GNU make (thankfully I didn't do anything clever!)
Not sure yet, I got as far as tooling and build/clean fixes for the core libraries before going public. There are many test folders with binaries(!) in from 1995, these are not built with the libraries although there are makefiles for most of them which still need porting to GNUmake.
Yes I know - I was young and in a hurry, please don't base anything serious on this hackery!
There's probably a suitable meme for this.. in short, no sorry.
Sure, drop me an email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or post an issue here for a public reply.
Phlash, Feb 2020.