Re: Circle 3.0 bpl 9

From: d. hall (dhall@illusion.apk.net)
Date: 02/08/96


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 thus on 08 Feb 96 11:49:23 EST, David virtually scripted...

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- ->  If you're using OS/2, really the best thing to do IMHO is to delete (or
- -> ignore) 'configure', copy 'conf.h.in' to 'conf.h', and manually turn on
- -> or off any features that OS/2 has.

David> Thanks for the information, Jeremy.  I'll work on it and see what I
David> can come up with.  I did look at conf.h.in and I did see the #undef
David> in there.  I'll let you know what needs to be turned on with OS/2
David> and the GCC port for OS/2.  Like I said before, Circle30bpl8
David> compiled fine with little modification.

well if jeremy wants to take your configure your conf.h file and put it in
as conf.h.os2 or so.  all lot of programs do this, i believe emacs has the
README displaying how to compile via os2, win and msdos.  each requires a
different Makefile and config.h

d.
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