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reply Mark Evans <mevans zyvex.com> writes:
Walter,

By private email I'm sending the USC "CodeCount" tool which consists of just a
single .c file.  This tool deals with software metrics.
http://sunset.usc.edu/research/CODECOUNT/download.html

Problem is I can't build the thing.  It compiles and links, but then gives me
"can't find DLL" warnings at startup.

It should only take about 60 seconds for you to configure a .mak file properly,
and
this tool might be useful to other DM users.

I did look at the DM samples for building Win32 consoles.  They are compicated.
 Do
you have a brain-dead simple console boilerplate?

Best regards,

Mark Evans
Aug 13 2001
parent reply "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
I don't know what you mean. To build a win32 console app, just use
stdio. -Walter

Mark Evans wrote in message <1103_997735761 dphillips>...
Walter,

By private email I'm sending the USC "CodeCount" tool which consists of

single .c file.  This tool deals with software metrics.
http://sunset.usc.edu/research/CODECOUNT/download.html

Problem is I can't build the thing.  It compiles and links, but then gives

"can't find DLL" warnings at startup.

It should only take about 60 seconds for you to configure a .mak file

this tool might be useful to other DM users.

I did look at the DM samples for building Win32 consoles.  They are

you have a brain-dead simple console boilerplate?

Best regards,

Mark Evans

Aug 13 2001
parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
Walter wrote:

 I don't know what you mean. To build a win32 console app, just use
 stdio. -Walter

<g> I didn't reply for that same reason... I didn't know what he meant either... Jan
Aug 13 2001
parent Mark Evans <mevans zyvex.com> writes:
I mean a "hello, world" example that does not use the IDE with its complicated
auto-gen makefiles.  All the DM samples seem to use 
IDE as a basis.  There should be a few that do not.  IDEs are nice but we want
to whip out our own makefiles too.  We need some 
good samples to do that.

Thanks -

Mark

On Mon, 13 Aug 2001 23:00:20 -0400, Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> wrote:
 Walter wrote:
 
 I don't know what you mean. To build a win32 console app, just use
 stdio. -Walter

<g> I didn't reply for that same reason... I didn't know what he meant either... Jan

Aug 14 2001