Dec 102017
 
Mkproto takes as input one or more C source code files, and produces as output a list of function prototypes (a la ANSI) for the external functions defined.
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Mkproto takes as input one or more C source code files, and produces as output a list of function prototypes (a la ANSI) for the external functions defined.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
MAKEFILE.101 106 94 deflated
MAKEFILE.201 101 90 deflated
MAKEFILE.BC3 107 97 deflated
MAKEFILE.TC3 105 94 deflated
MKPROTO.C 16140 4707 deflated
MKPROTO.COM 13102 8382 deflated
MKPROTO.MAN 4321 1938 deflated
PROTOGEN.COM 16211 16171 deflated
README.1ST 1016 545 deflated

Download File MKPROTOB.ZIP Here

Contents of the README.1ST file


7-27-92

This file includes "protogen.com" as found! It includes the original files
compressed under lharc.

The other files are a modified version of the original files.

NOTE: Some file names have NOT been changed so extracting protogen.com
in the same directory may overwrite new versions.

The new version was compiled with Turbo C++ 3.00 using the makefile.tc3.

It will compile and work under Turbo C 2.01, Turbo C++ 1.01, Turbo C++ 3.0
and BORLAND C++ 3.0.

The new version features:

1. Improved "Usage()". // 2-10-92

2. Default to "ANSI" compilers. // 2-10-92

3. "Modern" function declarations. // 2-10-92

4. Main() declared at the end of the source file. // 2-10-92

5. Optimized for speed. // 2-10-92

6. Tuned to allow C++ compile w/o warnings. // 4-5-92

CAUTION: The new files may be "broken" for Non-PC/TurboC applications.

L.B. Neal
PYSMATIC BBS (415)969-4159
1200-9600 bps V32/V42 bis
Sunnyvale, CA


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