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From: Jeremy Brown <peart2112Remove AT iquest DOT net>
Organization: Purdue University
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Subject: Re: allegro troubles
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Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 23:37:26 -0500
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Okay,

	I tried using this '-lalleg' as a command line option while compiling
same thing and as obvious as it may sound I am including allegro.h, but
in the case of allegro should i use the '""' or the '<>' I think it's
probably more proper to use the double quotes as for it linking with
liballeg.a I'm not quite sure wether it is or not what do I to tell if
it is or not?  As far as if my system can handle it it should it
compiled every example program without worries.

Something else maybe?

Jeremy


> 
> Are you including allegro.h?
> Linking with liballeg.a?
> 
> -Mike

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