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c++ - digital mars devpacks?

↑ ↓ ← Brecht Machiels <brecht mos6581.org> writes:
Hello,

I have made an archive that includes everything one needs to quickly get 
started with SDL programming with DMC. You can find it at 
http://wiki.mos6581.org/DigitalMars

I'd like to see more of these for other libraries.

It would be nice to be able to contain in a developer package archive a 
standard directory structure. This has the advantage that the user 
simple has to copy the whole directory into his dm directory.

I've been using MinGW for a long time, so I don't really know how "it's 
done" in the Windows world. I have my dm directory set up as follows:

dm\
   bin\
   images\
   include\
   lib\
   local\
     include\
     lib\
   stlport\

I don't change the contents of the standard dm directories (for keeping 
everything neat). I have added local\include and local\lib to the 
INCLUDE and LIB variables in my sc.ini.

So I would suggest a standard directory structure for developer packs 
comme ša:

dm\
   local\
     include\
     lib\

Do you think this is a good idea?

Regards,
Brecht
Jan 23 2007
↑ ↓ → "copx" <copx gazeta.pl> writes:
"Brecht Machiels" <brecht mos6581.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:ep67tk$20oh$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Hello,

 I have made an archive that includes everything one needs to quickly get
started with SDL programming with DMC. You can find it at 
 http://wiki.mos6581.org/DigitalMars

Thanks, I was looking exactly for that! I like the fact that DMC is so lean and mean, but the lack of third party libraries is a serious issue. A DMC "devpacks" (like Dev C++ devpacks) site would be nice! copx
Jan 28 2007