Cut Corners There are a few places where corners are cut in the interest of not junking-up code. This is part of the ZealOS mentality. Try not to let stupid legacy compatibility issues enter and junk-up ZealOS. * The type-casting operator was made post-fix because it makes the compiler way cleaner. * ZealOS does not figure-out FAT32 short name alias numbers. FAT32DirNew(). It can cause hard drive corruption, so it might have to do it eventually. It would really take a lot of junky code for this hatefully, detestable, legacy issue. "Please don't make us ruin the beautiful shiny-new ZealOS with that!" FAT32 is also unappealing because it is in patent limbo. FAT32 might get removed from ZealOS. There is the RedSea 64-bit file system that works perfectly well. FAT32 is useful, however, because it assists in transferring between dual booted operating systems. * The asm opcodes names were changed to remove the ambiguity between insts with different numbers of arguments, making the assembler simpler and minimal 16-bit asm support was done, since 64-bit is what you should be using, unless you're doing a boot loader. * There are no user-controlled file-sharing locks. However, the drive and file system have locks and concurrent operations should be fine. * A hidden window is never refreshed. Certain tasks are never done, therefore. During refresh, the entry count limit of the document buffer is, normally, checked and enforced. If you print to the command-line in a task whose window is covered, no limit on buffer exists and it will alloc memory for the document buffer until the system runs out of memory and crashes. * Even if a local function variable is declared less than 64 bits, the compiler does calculations with 64-bit. * Print() uses StrPrintJoin(). You cannot use vastly over-sized fields for %f. * GrEllipse3() is broken on transformations.