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Re: www-lib and os/2

From: Ken Waln <kenw@sun.edify.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Sep 1996 10:48:07 -0700
Message-ID: <32384CD7.707C@edify.com>
To: inacio@micro.ti.com
CC: www-lib@w3.org
inacio@micro.ti.com wrote:
The good news: yes, I am using the library under OS/2.
The bad news:  I'm still using version 2.17.
It turns out I did enough tweaking and changing to use this for my own purposes that I have not taken 
the time to redo it with the newer libraries.  Very little of my work was related to OS/2 problems.  
The basic changes were to the tcp headers and some differences in the file system calls (sockets and 
files cannot be treated the same).  I basically changes all of the conditional stuff to traet OS/2 as a 
flavor of BSD Unix -- the socket calls are basically the same.  I sent these changes to Henrik a long 
time ago, if you want me to forward them to you, let me know.
Ken.

> 
> Hello,
> 
>         I am wondering if one has tried to compile and use this library
> under OS/2?  And if so, what problems and triumphs did you have?  I want to
> use this library under OS/2, so I wanting any feedback before I start to try
> that anybody can give me.  Windows and Unix users with any insight into OS/2
> should feel free to add even if they are unsure, I would appreciate all the
> feedback I can get.
> 
> thanks,
> Chris Inacio
> inacio@micro.ti.com

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Ken Waln
Director of Product Assurance
Edify Corporation
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Received on Thursday, 12 September 1996 13:54:35 GMT

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