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reply Holger Sebert <holger.sebert ruhr-uni-bochum.de> writes:
Hi,

I downloaded dtl_0_2_1.zip and unpacked it. The Makefile seems to be 
written for Windows.

Is there a seperate linux version of the lib, i.e. a linux makefile?

If not, is there something I have to consider when writing a new 
makefile my own?

Holger
Nov 25 2004
next sibling parent "Matthew" <admin stlsoft.dot.dot.dot.dot.org> writes:
 Hi,

 I downloaded dtl_0_2_1.zip and unpacked it. The Makefile seems to be
 written for Windows.

It is, I'm afraid. I'm also led to believe (from other posts on this ng), that it's got some things specific to my own environment. :(
 Is there a seperate linux version of the lib, i.e. a linux makefile?

Alas, not now. But there will be with v0.3 in a couple of weeks
 If not, is there something I have to consider when writing a new
 makefile my own?

I'm afraid I'm not in the right "mental space" to comment too deeply. By all means forge ahead, and feel free to bombard me with feedback / complaints. All I can say at this point is that I promise to get v0.3 out in early/mid December. Cheers Matthew
Nov 25 2004
prev sibling parent clayasaurus <clayasaurus gmail.com> writes:
Holger Sebert wrote:
 Hi,
 
 I downloaded dtl_0_2_1.zip and unpacked it. The Makefile seems to be 
 written for Windows.
 
 Is there a seperate linux version of the lib, i.e. a linux makefile?
 
 If not, is there something I have to consider when writing a new 
 makefile my own?
 
 Holger

I remember, I got a windows makefile into a linux make file by just renaming the \'s to /'s , renaming extensions, using gcc instead of dmc, .lib to .a, .obj to .o. I think it might be possible with only a few little quirks. As far as I know, the syntax is pretty much the same.
Nov 30 2004