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From: "Eli Zaretskii" <eliz AT gnu DOT org>
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Subject: Re: DJGPP question
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> Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 12:25:20 -0400
> From: hbrink <hbrink AT hsph DOT harvard DOT edu>
> 
> I believed all I should have to do is enter PATH C:\DJGPP\BIN;%PATH% and 
> SET DJGPP=C:\DJGPP\DJGPP.ENV in the end of autoexec.bat before running wingcc. 
> I went into start/run and entered "edit C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT." An empty window 
> opened. I entered the two lines: PATH C:\DJGPP\BIN;%PATH% and SET 
> DJGPP=C:\DJGPP\DJGPP.ENV, restarted the computer, wrote code in wingcc, and 
> then attempted to run the program. However, I received the same error.

Windows 2000 doesn't (normally) use AUTOEXEC.BAT.  For Windows 2000
and XP, instead of editing AUTOEXEC.BAT, click Start-Settings, select
the System applet, and then click "Advanced".  There you can modify
the value of PATH to include C:\DJGPP\BIN and add the DJGPP variable
to point to C:\DJGPP\DJGPP.ENV (assuming you indeed installed DJGPP in
C:\DJGPP).

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