Re: [newbie] [code] compiling circle3 under win95

From: LrdSpectre (
Date: 09/12/96

You need MSC v4.0 min.  I compile under that with no problems what-so-ever.
 Well, except for _my_ coding errors anyway :\


In a message dated 96-09-12 12:33:18 EDT, (Alan
Patefield-Smith) writes:

<< Subj:	 [newbie] [code] compiling circle3 under win95
 Date:	96-09-12 12:33:18 EDT
 From: (Alan Patefield-Smith)

 I recently tried compiling the latest copy of the circle 3 beta at home, so
 I can fiddle with the code in my own time.

 Unfortunately(?) the system I have is a pentium75 running win95. When I try
 to compile using nmake (ms visual c++ version 2), I get a whole load of
 c4226 errors (non standard extension used '_export' is an obsolete keyword).

 I was wondering whether anyone has managed to compile circle 3 on a similar
 system, I'd like to avoid the hassle of installing linux if possible
 (although this is probably a godd idea). Would upgrading visual c++ to v4 do
 the trick? (I thought this was just a pretty interface).

 Thanks in advance.


 Alan >>

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