Category : C Source Code
Archive   : SHERLOCK.ZIP
Filename : MCPP.MMK

 
Output of file : MCPP.MMK contained in archive : SHERLOCK.ZIP
# Make cpp.exe using Microsoft C version 5.xx.
# February 14, 1989
#
# /Od disable optimization
#
# /AT TINY memory model.
# /AS SMALL memory model.
# /AM MEDIUM memory model.
# /AC COMPACT memory model.
# /AL LARGE memory model.
# /AH HUGE memory model.
#
# cpp.exe also depends on slxxx.obj and prfxxx.obj (see cpp.lnk)

cpp.obj: ..\cpp.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\cpp.c

glb.obj: ..\glb.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\glb.c

tok.obj: ..\tok.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\tok.c

dir.obj: ..\dir.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\dir.c

def.obj: ..\def.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\def.c

mst.obj: ..\mst.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\mst.c

mem.obj: ..\mem.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\mem.c

sys.obj: ..\sys.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\sys.c

str.obj: ..\str.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\str.c

utl.obj: ..\utl.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\utl.c

pr.obj: ..\pr.c ..\cpp.h
cl /c /AL /Gt0 /DMICRO_SOFT /DNO_SHERLOCK /Ic:\include\msc /Id:\sherlock ..\pr.c

mcpp.exe: cpp.obj glb.obj tok.obj dir.obj def.obj \
mst.obj sys.obj mem.obj utl.obj str.obj pr.obj
link @cpp.ml
exemod cpp.exe /STACK 8000
del mcpp.exe
ren cpp.exe mcpp.exe
copy mcpp.exe d:\sherlock\bin


  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : SHERLOCK.ZIP
Filename : MCPP.MMK

  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: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/