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Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 13:16:21 -0600
From: JT Williams <jeffw AT darwin DOT sfbr DOT org>
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Subject: Re: djasm in djasm?
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-: I've moved stub/djasm* to djasm/ ("mkdir djasm; mv stub/djasm* djasm")
-: and have a successful compilation.

The docs (src/utils/djasm.txi, src/utils/shift.txi) should be relocated
too.

But should we go one step further and create djasm/src, djasm/doc?
Suppose that parts of djasm.y are later moved into separate, more
manageable files, e.g., djasm.y, emit.c, emit.h, error.h, omf.c, omf.h,
symbol.c, symbol.h (taken from an independent development tree).

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