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From Anand Kumria <>
Subject Re: Window's Makefiles
Date Sat, 24 Jan 1998 04:46:29 GMT
On Fri, 23 Jan 1998, Marc Slemko wrote:

> On Fri, 23 Jan 1998, Paul Brophy wrote:
> > Maybe, but it's not that simple.  I build for Intel & Alpha targets. Since
> > the Unix guys can't test the Windows makefiles before they commit them,
> > they shouldn't change them. 
> > It's easy to maintain with the IDE (If I didnt want an IDE, I'd use WATCOM
> > C++) & I can be sure that the makefiles/workspaces actually work. 
> I agree.  
> There is a PR from someone about setup to use Borland's complier.  I
> really don't think we can handle the maintainence for multiple
> environments.  It sucks, but... I don't see that we have any alternative.

Borland's make has a 'nmake compatibility' modde, IIRC the option is '-N';
ask them to try that and see if it works.


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