Re: Small Note.

From: Erik Bennett (
Date: 02/19/97

I didn't have the one with the errors... I think it was the riddler

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> From: Gene Harrison <>
> To:
> Subject: Re:  Small Note.
> Date: Wednesday, February 19, 1997 3:39 AM
> > 
> > > Seems that everyone is fast to flame me but not help me, a few did
give me
> > > email saying that they didn't know or gave a little help and I am
> > > to them,  I know from reading this list that people are using it for
> > > and using the GCC compiler.  Could someone just give me the command
line to
> > > compile Circle Mud 3.X using GCC compiler?
> > 
> Well first off, if your not adept at coding or compiling (which is
> glaringly obvious by now) you should not be using GCC on a Win95 system..
> Its an experimental port done as a special project rather than for
> commercial purposes and you -will- have to make various code changes for
> it to work properly.. The thing was designed for either a true unix based
> compiler (on a unix system such as Redhat) or Win95 using Microsoft
> C++ 4.0.. I'm currently developing mine under WinNT being as i already
> have the server up on a site running a Netscape Server.. I think the
> that kinda pissed people off was your 100+ line message chock full o'
> errors.. when you see THAT many errors and you know you only made one
> change the error is 99% likely to be in the first 10 lines of the
> Just spend some time on it, and if your using the stock version of circle
> with no changes then the errors your receiving is due to your lack of
> using Microsoft Visual C++.. 
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