On Mon, 1 Jul 1996, Jeremy Elson wrote: > > > On Mon, 1 Jul 1996, Jeremy Elson wrote: > > > > > > > > Does anyone ever read documentation anymore? People ask this question > > > all the time but the answer can be quite easily found by reading a short > > > text file. > > > > > > There is a file called README.WIN distributed with Circle that tells you > > > to use the files conf.h.win and Makefile.win for Windows. > > > > > I read the docs. Readme.win is for msvc++ I am using GCC and the > > ways described in README.WIN don't work for GCC. Looks like i am stuck? > > The point is, you are supposed to use conf.h.win and Makefile.win instead > of running configure! > > Obviously there is not going to be any documentation for using GCC under > Win95 since you are the first one to ever do it. > THe point is I tried to compile using the directions in README.WIN. And i thought MAYBE there was a slim chance that configure would work. What could i lose running Configure i already read the instructions the were supposed to work. I hate being given a label of not reading docs. Because i do. I would not be where i am now if not. Maybe there is a sterotype out that no reads docs?
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