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From: Michael Powe <michael+gnus AT trollope DOT org>
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.misc,comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: DJGPP
Date: 19 Mar 1999 00:01:41 -0800
Organization: The Hospice of the Mind
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>>>>> "Paul" == Paul Richards <Paul AT dunvegan1 DOT demon DOT co DOT uk> writes:

    Paul> Hi, I use DJGPP a lot with Win95 but now I'm using linux.

    Paul> What do I need to install to get my DJGPP programs to work
    Paul> in linux?  Is there a different version or something?  And
    Paul> what about Allegro and RHIDE?

Djgpp is the WinDOS port of gcc.  Gcc is always included with linux
distributions.  It's ready to go "out of the box" when you install
linux.

I believe there is a linux port of RHIDE; but there are many other
options.  Xwpe, Code Crusader (a knockoff of Code Warrior), and others
that don't come to mind right now.  Top of the line for my money is
the emacs-gcc-gdb combo.

mp

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Michael Powe                                          Portland, Oregon USA
	   michael AT trollope DOT org    http://www.trollope.org
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			 -- Anthony Trollope

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