Category : Printer + Display Graphics
Archive   : PV050DOC.ZIP
Filename : PORTS.DOC

Output of file : PORTS.DOC contained in archive : PV050DOC.ZIP
This archive contains some files which are system-specific. They are:

amigacon.h - config.h for Amiga
amiga.c - system-specific code for Amiga
amiga.mak - makefile for Amiga (Lattice C)

ibmconf.h - config.h for IBM
ibm.c - system-specific code for IBM
ibm.mak - makefile for IBM (Microsoft C)
ibm.lnk - link file for Microsoft C
ibmtc.mak - makefile for IBM (Turbo-C)
ibmtc.lnk - link file for Turbo-C
ibmwat.mak - makefile for IBM (Watcom C)
ibmwat.lnk - link file for Watcom C
ibmwtc.mak - makefile for IBM (Watcom C w/ Turbo Link and Debugger)
ibmwtc.lnk - link file for Watcom C w/ Turbo Link and Debugger

Vax: - makefile for VAX
vax.c - system-specific code for VAX
vaxconf.h - config.h for VAX

mac.c - Mac-specific cmdline B/W display code
maccolor.c - Mac-specific cmdline Color display code (ren. mac.c to use)
macconf.h - Mac-specific cmdline config.h file

mac-mpw.c - Mac-specific GUI interface/display code
mac-mpwc.h - Mac-specific GUI config.h file
mac-mpw.mak - makefile for GUI Mac version
mac-mpw.r - linker control file for GUI Mac version

( These files are fairly generic and can be used as the base for other
unix.c - system specific routines for UNIX
unixconf.h - header file for UNIX
unix.mak - makefile for UNIX

X Windows:
xwin.c - X Windows code (for UNIX systems)
(include this instead of unix.c)
theIcon - the Icon for X Windows

Gnu CC:
( These files are fairly generic for ANSI standard C compilers - note that
this mod of the UNIX port is user-provided and untested. )
gcc.c - system specific routines for Gnu CC
gccconf.h - header file for Gnu CC

  3 Responses to “Category : Printer + Display Graphics
Archive   : PV050DOC.ZIP
Filename : PORTS.DOC

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