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Re: libwww & amaya source

From: Andrew Pam <xanni@glasswings.com.au>
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 1997 02:41:13 +1000
Message-ID: <19970924024113.46633@glasswings.com.au>
To: cfk@pacbell.net
Cc: www-amaya@w3.org
On Tue, Sep 23, 1997 at 08:28:43AM -0700, Charles Krinke wrote:
> Thank you very much, I downloaded tar.zip and ran 'tar -xf' on the file
> previously 'gzip -d' and it built a directory structure of sorts. Now
> for the next questions. (I need to take this one step at a time in order
> to understand what is going on). During the tar process there were a
> myriad of 'cannot create' errors. The resulting amaya directory has the
> following .h files:

(list deleted)

> 1. Is this all of the .h and .c files for amaya? 
> 2. If there were any long file names they were lost in the tar process,
> is there a different procedure that would conserve them.
> 3. In compiling, should there be a particular directory created for the
> source or is it sufficient that all these .c, .h be in the same
> directory.

Again, you should consider getting WinZip from Niko Mak at www.winzip.com.
It understands tar and gzip formats as well as PKZIP and preserves long
filenames and directories correctly.

Share and Enjoy,
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Received on Tuesday, 23 September 1997 12:25:17 UTC

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