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c++.dos.32-bits - FG with DOSX

reply "Rajiv Bhagwat" <dataflow vsnl.com> writes:
I wanted to upgrade some of the older 16 bit apps to 32 bit using -mx mode.
I have fg.h and fgp.lib required for this. I got a few linker errors. After
going through the readme, they have asked to download fg_dosx.zip from their
BBS. (All this is dated 1994, so no BBS would exist today.)

Does anyone have this file, required to use FlashTeks Flash Graphics in dosx
mode?
Jan 03 2002
parent reply Roland <rv ronetech.com> writes:
Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 I wanted to upgrade some of the older 16 bit apps to 32 bit using -mx mode.
 I have fg.h and fgp.lib required for this. I got a few linker errors. After
 going through the readme, they have asked to download fg_dosx.zip from their
 BBS. (All this is dated 1994, so no BBS would exist today.)

 Does anyone have this file, required to use FlashTeks Flash Graphics in dosx
 mode?

There was already a discussion about FlashTek in c++.dos directory, subject: FlashGraphics. There seems to be a problem. I don't know if it is solved. good luck Roland
Jan 04 2002
parent reply "Rajiv Bhagwat" <dataflow vsnl.com> writes:
Sorry Roland, even after setting Synchronization setting to 'All Messages' I
am getting only 3 messages in c++.dos.

If you have the previous message, kindly give me the short summary. (And any
conclusions!) Thanks.
- Rajiv

"Roland" <rv ronetech.com> wrote in message
news:3C3576DA.53AFB81B ronetech.com...
 Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 I wanted to upgrade some of the older 16 bit apps to 32 bit using -mx


 I have fg.h and fgp.lib required for this. I got a few linker errors.


 going through the readme, they have asked to download fg_dosx.zip from


 BBS. (All this is dated 1994, so no BBS would exist today.)

 Does anyone have this file, required to use FlashTeks Flash Graphics in


 mode?

There was already a discussion about FlashTek in c++.dos directory,

 FlashGraphics.
 There seems to be a problem.
 I don't know if it is solved.

 good luck

 Roland

Jan 08 2002
next sibling parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
Weird!
I am sure you're not the only one using MSO...
Jan



Rajiv Bhagwat wrote:

 Sorry Roland, even after setting Synchronization setting to 'All Messages' I
 am getting only 3 messages in c++.dos.

 If you have the previous message, kindly give me the short summary. (And any
 conclusions!) Thanks.
 - Rajiv

 "Roland" <rv ronetech.com> wrote in message
 news:3C3576DA.53AFB81B ronetech.com...
 Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 I wanted to upgrade some of the older 16 bit apps to 32 bit using -mx


 I have fg.h and fgp.lib required for this. I got a few linker errors.


 going through the readme, they have asked to download fg_dosx.zip from


 BBS. (All this is dated 1994, so no BBS would exist today.)

 Does anyone have this file, required to use FlashTeks Flash Graphics in


 mode?

There was already a discussion about FlashTek in c++.dos directory,

 FlashGraphics.
 There seems to be a problem.
 I don't know if it is solved.

 good luck

 Roland


Jan 09 2002
parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
I'm having the same wierd problems.

"Jan Knepper" <jan smartsoft.cc> wrote in message
news:3C3C6EC4.C578B3F2 smartsoft.cc...
 Weird!
 I am sure you're not the only one using MSO...
 Jan



 Rajiv Bhagwat wrote:

 Sorry Roland, even after setting Synchronization setting to 'All


 am getting only 3 messages in c++.dos.

 If you have the previous message, kindly give me the short summary. (And


 conclusions!) Thanks.
 - Rajiv

 "Roland" <rv ronetech.com> wrote in message
 news:3C3576DA.53AFB81B ronetech.com...
 Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 I wanted to upgrade some of the older 16 bit apps to 32 bit




 mode.
 I have fg.h and fgp.lib required for this. I got a few linker




 After
 going through the readme, they have asked to download fg_dosx.zip




 their
 BBS. (All this is dated 1994, so no BBS would exist today.)

 Does anyone have this file, required to use FlashTeks Flash Graphics




 dosx
 mode?

There was already a discussion about FlashTek in c++.dos directory,

 FlashGraphics.
 There seems to be a problem.
 I don't know if it is solved.

 good luck

 Roland



Jan 09 2002
prev sibling parent reply Roland <rv ronetech.com> writes:
Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 Sorry Roland, even after setting Synchronization setting to 'All Messages' I
 am getting only 3 messages in c++.dos.

 If you have the previous message, kindly give me the short summary. (And any
 conclusions!) Thanks.
 - Rajiv

 "Roland" <rv ronetech.com> wrote in message
 news:3C3576DA.53AFB81B ronetech.com...
 Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 I wanted to upgrade some of the older 16 bit apps to 32 bit using -mx


 I have fg.h and fgp.lib required for this. I got a few linker errors.


 going through the readme, they have asked to download fg_dosx.zip from


 BBS. (All this is dated 1994, so no BBS would exist today.)

 Does anyone have this file, required to use FlashTeks Flash Graphics in


 mode?

There was already a discussion about FlashTek in c++.dos directory,

 FlashGraphics.
 There seems to be a problem.
 I don't know if it is solved.

 good luck

 Roland


I don't understand the problem. Do you want i send all the messages in c++.dos concerning FG ? Roland
Jan 10 2002
parent reply "Rajiv Bhagwat" <dataflow vsnl.com> writes:
My simple question is : does anyone have 'fg_dosx.zip' ?

As the file was freely available for download from the maker's BBS, I assume
I am not breaking any laws by asking it.

If there were any methods discussed (in the newsgroup) so that the I can use
FGP.LIB without this file for -mx compiles, that would be helpful.
Otherwise, I assume that the file would still be required for linking the
missing symbols.

- Rajiv


"Roland" <rv ronetech.com> wrote in message
news:3C3D54D1.83955689 ronetech.com...
 Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 Sorry Roland, even after setting Synchronization setting to 'All


 am getting only 3 messages in c++.dos.

 If you have the previous message, kindly give me the short summary. (And


 conclusions!) Thanks.
 - Rajiv

 "Roland" <rv ronetech.com> wrote in message
 news:3C3576DA.53AFB81B ronetech.com...
 Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 I wanted to upgrade some of the older 16 bit apps to 32 bit




 mode.
 I have fg.h and fgp.lib required for this. I got a few linker




 After
 going through the readme, they have asked to download fg_dosx.zip




 their
 BBS. (All this is dated 1994, so no BBS would exist today.)

 Does anyone have this file, required to use FlashTeks Flash Graphics




 dosx
 mode?

There was already a discussion about FlashTek in c++.dos directory,

 FlashGraphics.
 There seems to be a problem.
 I don't know if it is solved.

 good luck

 Roland


I don't understand the problem. Do you want i send all the messages in c++.dos concerning FG ? Roland

Jan 10 2002
parent reply Roland <rv ronetech.com> writes:
Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 My simple question is : does anyone have 'fg_dosx.zip' ?

not me.
 As the file was freely available for download from the maker's BBS, I assume
 I am not breaking any laws by asking it.

 If there were any methods discussed (in the newsgroup) so that the I can use
 FGP.LIB without this file for -mx compiles, that would be helpful.
 Otherwise, I assume that the file would still be required for linking the
 missing symbols.

 - Rajiv

may be (i hope) you can ask Werner Hürttlen <w.huerttlen fz-juelich.de> Roland
Jan 10 2002
parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
Somebody gave me the originals of the FG disks a long time ago...
I've got an FGDISK1.zip and FGDISK2.zip.
I think this stuff is originally copyrighted by one of the Huffman brothers...
I think it was Joe Huffman, Doug Huffman, http://www.dosextender.com/ , did the
DOSX stuff.



Roland wrote:

 Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 My simple question is : does anyone have 'fg_dosx.zip' ?

not me.
 As the file was freely available for download from the maker's BBS, I assume
 I am not breaking any laws by asking it.

 If there were any methods discussed (in the newsgroup) so that the I can use
 FGP.LIB without this file for -mx compiles, that would be helpful.
 Otherwise, I assume that the file would still be required for linking the
 missing symbols.

 - Rajiv

may be (i hope) you can ask Werner Hürttlen <w.huerttlen fz-juelich.de> Roland

Jan 10 2002
parent reply "Rajiv Bhagwat" <dataflow vsnl.com> writes:
Thanks, Roland and Jan. I will proceed from the references.
- Rajiv


"Jan Knepper" <jan smartsoft.cc> wrote in message
news:3C3DDF72.5BF9D6C smartsoft.cc...
 Somebody gave me the originals of the FG disks a long time ago...
 I've got an FGDISK1.zip and FGDISK2.zip.
 I think this stuff is originally copyrighted by one of the Huffman

 I think it was Joe Huffman, Doug Huffman, http://www.dosextender.com/ ,

 DOSX stuff.



 Roland wrote:

 Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 My simple question is : does anyone have 'fg_dosx.zip' ?

not me.
 As the file was freely available for download from the maker's BBS, I



 I am not breaking any laws by asking it.

 If there were any methods discussed (in the newsgroup) so that the I



 FGP.LIB without this file for -mx compiles, that would be helpful.
 Otherwise, I assume that the file would still be required for linking



 missing symbols.

 - Rajiv

may be (i hope) you can ask Werner Hürttlen <w.huerttlen fz-juelich.de> Roland


Jan 10 2002
parent "Rajiv Bhagwat" <dataflow vsnl.com> writes:
Jan, downloading and installing the cx.obj and x32v.lib solved my problem!
Thanks for the 'on-the-dot' diagnosis!!
- Rajiv

"Rajiv Bhagwat" <dataflow vsnl.com> wrote in message
news:a1m0t9$1l12$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Thanks, Roland and Jan. I will proceed from the references.
 - Rajiv


 "Jan Knepper" <jan smartsoft.cc> wrote in message
 news:3C3DDF72.5BF9D6C smartsoft.cc...
 Somebody gave me the originals of the FG disks a long time ago...
 I've got an FGDISK1.zip and FGDISK2.zip.
 I think this stuff is originally copyrighted by one of the Huffman

 I think it was Joe Huffman, Doug Huffman, http://www.dosextender.com/ ,

 DOSX stuff.



 Roland wrote:

 Rajiv Bhagwat a écrit :

 My simple question is : does anyone have 'fg_dosx.zip' ?

not me.
 As the file was freely available for download from the maker's BBS,




 assume
 I am not breaking any laws by asking it.

 If there were any methods discussed (in the newsgroup) so that the I



 FGP.LIB without this file for -mx compiles, that would be helpful.
 Otherwise, I assume that the file would still be required for




 the
 missing symbols.

 - Rajiv

may be (i hope) you can ask Werner Hürttlen <w.huerttlen fz-juelich.de> Roland



Jan 11 2002