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Re: [Fwd: Re: About Compiling W3C]

From: LSH <lsh@lubrizol.com>
Date: 14 Oct 1996 08:34:43 U
Message-Id: <199610141321.AA01757@interlock.lubrizol.com>
To: "amirali%slip.net@interlockp.lubrizol.com" <amirali@slip.net>, "www-lib%w3.org@interlockp.lubrizol.com" <www-lib@w3.org>
> 	I have downloaded the W3C text-based browser. I couldn't compile it. I
> am using WINDOWS 95 and my compiler is BORLAND C++ 5.0. The documents
> enclosed inside the package are not much help to me. Please tell me how
> to compile it.

	The makefiles supplied with W3C library are for VC++ (so much for us,
	Borland users!).  I did it a long time ago and I think it worked.
	If you are building a Win16 app, you will need to compile the library
	as DLLs (the exact ones you can find on the W3C site -- I can't
	remember where).  For the 32-bit, I think, I just threw all the files
	in one project and compiled.  There may have been some problems but
	I can't remember what I did.  Sorry for being so vague, but I've
	done it a long time ago.  Feel free though to ask me Borland related
	questions.

	HTH,

Leo Shuster
Received on Monday, 14 October 1996 09:21:39 GMT

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