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Compiling for Windows



>>From www-lib@www10.w3.org Tue Apr 25 07:29:11 1995
>Date: Mon, 24 Apr 1995 11:09:21 +0500
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>From: ASKER BRODERSEN <pt94abr@pt.hk-r.se>
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>Subject: Compiling for Windows
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>Hi,
>I am about to write a GUI web-browser for windows, and I have read on the
W3 homepages that the Library of Common Code 3.0 should contain an initial
port to Windows. But where is it? I downloaded the 3.0 lib &
linemode-browser, but I can find nothing related to Windows, only
UNIX-makefiles.
>
>Please help me out.
>
>Background for my need of this port: (Uninteresting?)
>I am studying Software Engineering at my university and am currently taking
a course called Individual Software-project. My task is to create a Windows
web-browser with extra features (animation: mpeg, avi & sound: wav, mod).
The result should be a freely distributed program. So I am to choose between
two options: 1) write everything from scratch, or 2) building my application
on top of existing code. As this is a 8 week half-time course I obviously
can't create it from scratch (this is the course in which we write our first
REAL programs), I have been busy the past few weeks looking at various
public code.
>
>The Library of Common Code seems to be the way to go, BUT I can't get a
grip on how to use it, so pleease help me out!
>
>
>/Asker
>
>
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