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From: "James O'Reilly" <liberty AT direct DOT ca>
Subject: Determine Directory for .exe and .obj files
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
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Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 19:27:09 GMT
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I have just downloaded and installed the DJGPP compiler onto my computer
and have written a couple of very simple programs. They compile and run all
right, however, the compiler puts the .exe and .obj files into the
DJGPP/BIN directory by default. To remedy this I want to find a way to have
the compiler save the .exe and .obj files by default in the same directory
as the source files(For example, I save my .cpp files in c:/samples). 
I would appreciate some help on this matter. 
Thanks very much.
D'Arcy Flannery 

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