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> Is P166 too old for C++, then ? (with MSVC++ I can compile C++ in few 
> seconds)  

I used to use a 386/20 for gcc development.  I still have a 486/20
with DJGPP on it.  A P166 is blazingly fast compared to those.  You
just have to be more careful about setting up the cache and ramdisk.

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