Category : C Source Code
Archive   : DBPCXL18.ZIP
Filename : MAKEFILE

Output of file : MAKEFILE contained in archive : DBPCXL18.ZIP
#change following line for a different compiler
CC = bcc -A
#BorlandC ++ v1.01 /ANSI keywords only

PCXSRC=pcx.c pcxw.c pcxh.c pcx1.c pcx4r.c pcx4d.c pcx8r.c pcx8d.c flash.c : readme pcxlib.doc pcx.lib pcxlib.h vidlib.h vesa.h\ makefile videof.lib blast256.pcx blast16.pcx
pkzip -a readme pcxlib.doc pcx.lib pcxlib.h vidlib.h \
vesa.h makefile videof.lib
pkzip -a blast256.pcx blast16.pcx

# sub-zips $(PCXSRC)
pkzip -a $(PCXSRC) testpcx.exe showpcx.exe pcxhdr.exe showpal.exe testpcx.c showpcx.c \
scancode.h pcxhdr.c showpal.c flash.c
pkzip -a testpcx.exe testpcx.c showpcx.exe showpcx.c scancode.h\
pcxhdr.exe pcxhdr.c showpal.c showpal.exe

# demo/test programs

pcxhdr.exe: pcxhdr.c pcxlib.h pcx.lib
$(CC) -ml pcxhdr.c pcx.lib

testpcx.exe: testpcx.c pcxlib.h pcx.lib videof.lib
$(CC) -ml testpcx.c pcx.lib videof.lib

showpcx.exe: showpcx.c pcxlib.h pcx.lib vesa.h scancode.h videof.lib
$(CC) -ml showpcx.c pcx.lib videof.lib $(WILD)

showpal.exe: showpal.c pcxlib.h pcx.lib videof.lib
$(CC) -ml showpal.c pcx.lib videof.lib $(WILD)

# library

pcx.lib: pcx.obj pcxw.obj pcxh.obj pcx1.obj pcx4r.obj pcx4d.obj pcx8r.obj pcx8d.obj flash.obj

# library compiles

$(CC) -c -ml $*.c
tlib pcx.lib/c +-$*
tlib pcx.lib/c ,

# Higher level components of videof.lib

pcx.obj: pcx.c pcxlib.h
pcxw.obj: pcxw.c pcxlib.h
pcxh.obj: pcxh.c pcxlib.h
pcx1.obj: pcx1.c pcxlib.h
pcx4r.obj: pcx4r.c pcxlib.h
pcx4d.obj: pcx4d.c pcxlib.h
pcx8r.obj: pcx8r.c pcxlib.h
pcx8d.obj: pcx8d.c pcxlib.h
flash.obj: flash.c pcxlib.h

  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : DBPCXL18.ZIP
Filename : MAKEFILE

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: