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From: Stephen <stickman2000 AT my-deja DOT com>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Having problems with gcc '-msoft-float' using DJGPP
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2000 02:49:14 GMT
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In article <8qjd77$nao$1 AT slb1 DOT atl DOT mindspring DOT net>,
  "Marp" <marp AT 0 DOT 0 DOT 0 DOT 0> wrote:
> In order for it to work you must place the file emu387.dxe either in > the same directory as the exe or in a directory in the PATH variable. > The file emu387.dxe should be in your djgpp\bin directory. All you > need to do is supply a copy of that file with your program and it will > be loaded on machines that need it.

That did it! Thanks!

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Stephen
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