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From: "Johan Venter" <jventer AT writeme DOT com>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
References: <19990719195951 DOT 08750 DOT 00000356 AT ng-fm1 DOT news DOT cs DOT com> <19990719224607 DOT 00487 DOT 00000442 AT ng-cd1 DOT news DOT cs DOT com>
Subject: Re: can't compile c++ "hello world"
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Date: Tue, 20 Jul 1999 14:43:32 +1000
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Csid6 wrote in message <19990719224607 DOT 00487 DOT 00000442 AT ng-cd1 DOT news DOT cs DOT com>...
>Turns out the problem was
>SPECS in the rsx dir was being used. I had
>to rename it to SPECS.RSX so that
>the usual djgpp SPECS file was used.
>After doing that, however, of course
>the rsx codes wouldn't compile.
>
>Is there a default, if RSXNTDJ is
>defined in djgpp.env, then the rsx
>lib is searched for SPECS? What's
>the best way to be able to compile
>either dos or rsx code (I assume it is *not * using my kluge of renaming
>the rsx specs file)

Please download the new RSXNTDJ (I assume you haven't, because the issue of spec files
becomes irrelevant with it, and you shouldn't be receiving those errors)

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Johan Venter
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