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lynx-dev Re: Borland/DOS compilation problem

From: vtailor
Subject: lynx-dev Re: Borland/DOS compilation problem
Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 08:21:07 -0500 (CDT)

>     * From: Nelson Henry Eric <address@hidden>
>     * Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 10:08:55 +0900 (JST)
>> Well, isn't that interesting?  I just proved you can port libslang to a
>> Borland-style Dos Window under Windows 16.  It is only a step away from
>> this to use Borland-style conio.h (setcolor, gotoxy, etc.) calls to
>> implement libslang under Dos.  And, of course, WIN32 libslang.lib is one
>Would you have the time and be willing to document your successes?
>Even a brief outline of the steps you take to compile would be a start.
>Probably this coming August I will have time to work on editing
>INSTALLATION again, and I think it would be nice to have as many
>ports and their variations as possible covered.  I have been looking
>at other packages, and can see some real weaknesses in INSTALLATION
>as it stands, so I'd like to try again (probably will mean splitting
>out the compile sections from the options/environment-variable setting).
There is a complete set of my working problems and ways to resolve them
posted to  Just look up the last month or two's
worth of my posts.  For 16-bit Windows, the problem is to find the right
IDE button for forcing all data into the far heap so as not to overflow
the DGROUP, and the other problem is to get a working malloc, free, etc.,
something that is nontrivial if you try to use GlobalAlloc and its cousins.

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