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Can anybody help on this one?

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Hello Henrik,

I'm trying to compile the W3 Reference Library on a Macinstosh using 
Symantec's C++ version 6 compiler with little results. Mostly running 
into running into invalid redeclaration errors and such in the header 
files.

If you know of any information, project files, pointers, etc. from 
anyone who has compiled successfully on a macintosh 68K system.. I would 
certainly appreciate if you could point me to it. 

I'm sure it's just a matter of the right combination of compiler options 
but it's basically driving me nuts! <smile>

Thank you very much for your time.




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