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'''Chi Hoang''' is most well-known for making the first DOS port of Doom after the release of the [[Doom source code]]. As the released source code was the source to the [[Wikipedia:Linux | Linux]] port, it was at first not possible to compile it for DOS. Hoang's port, known as [[DOSDoom]], became the basis for a number of other source ports, including [[Boom]].
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'''Chi Hoang''' is most well-known for making the first DOS port of Doom after the release of the [[Doom source code]]. As the released source code was the source to the [[Wikipedia:Linux | Linux]] port, it was at first not possible to compile it for DOS. Hoang's port, known as [[DOSDoom]], became the basis for a number of other source ports, including [[Boom]], [[Doom Legacy]] and [[EDGE]].
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
 
* Article: [http://www.doomworld.com/10years/ports/ports01_1.php A Slightly Condensed Genealogy of DOOM Source Ports], on Doomworld
 
* Article: [http://www.doomworld.com/10years/ports/ports01_1.php A Slightly Condensed Genealogy of DOOM Source Ports], on Doomworld
* DOSDoom 0.1 at {{idgames|id=8801}}
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* {{External Link|site=idgames|id=8801|text=DOSDoom 0.1}}
   
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Latest revision as of 04:58, 23 March 2020

Chi Hoang is most well-known for making the first DOS port of Doom after the release of the Doom source code. As the released source code was the source to the Linux port, it was at first not possible to compile it for DOS. Hoang's port, known as DOSDoom, became the basis for a number of other source ports, including Boom, Doom Legacy and EDGE.

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