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The skeleton is a framework program which incorporates a
dynamic linker and a dos extender. The programs `oxcc.exe',
`oxccb.exe', `oxccl.exe' and `bterp.exe' are all skeleton
programs stored under different names. The native skeleton
name is `cfrun.exe'. The action of the skeleton is to load
and dynamically link the real program from a .cff archive.
The default archive is named `oxlib.cff' and contains a
complete C library plus a lot of other stuff.

In addition to loading the program, the skeleton loads
some basic support modules from the file `oxbow.a'. Early
detection is used to pull in the proper support modules
depending upon the host system.

To get a new skeleton program, just copy an old one and give
it a new name, or if under a unix system, just symbolic link
a new name to an old existing file.

Usage: cfrun appname [-APP=][-LIB=][-PATH=][-TRACE=][-LBUFS=][appargs]
or: appname [-APP=][-LIB=][-PATH=][-TRACE=][-LBUFS=][appargs]

Switch -------- Meaning
-APP=filename Permanent object file/archive for the application.
-LIB=filename Additonal library or archive file.
-PATH=p1;p2;... Lookup path for files.
-LBUFS=n Allocate n kilobytes of database buffering.
-TRACE=n Set trace bits (hex,octal,decimal ok).
appargs Application args.

Trace bits cause verbose output from the dynamic linker and
multiple inheritance engine. Try 1,2,4,8,15 etc.
Output is to stdout.

  3 Responses to “Category : Recently Uploaded Files
Archive   : OXCC1432.ZIP
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  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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