Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : MF-DB103.ZIP
Filename : INSTALL.TXT

 
Output of file : INSTALL.TXT contained in archive : MF-DB103.ZIP
-- MF INSTALLATION NOTES --

INSTALLATION:

- Create a directory for MF to reside and unzip
it (obviously, you've gotten that far...)

- Place the file MF.DLL in your WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory.
(NOTE: See MF tech notes for information regarding the
windows system directory)

- Other than that, it's up to you.

- NOTE: If you use:

PKUNZIP *.zip -D

MFxxx.Zip will unzip into a nifty set of
subdirectories...


FILES (if unzipped with the -D option...):
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C Developers (Tested and Compiled with MS-C version 8 (aka MSVC))
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CSAMPLE\HEADERS\MF.LIB - Link with anything written in C that you want to use MF with.
CSAMPLE\HEADERS\MF.H - C header for MF

CSAMPLE\UDK\mfUDK.c - Example user-defined key DLL
CSAMPLE\UDK\mfUDK.def - DEF file for UDK
CSAMPLE\UDK\MAKEFILE - Makefile for UDK

VB Developers
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VBSAMPLE\BCARD*.* - Sample application that shows all MF calls (from VB)
VBSAMPLE\MF.BAS - DECLARE's and CONSTANTS for MF in VB
VBSAMPLE\MFUDK.DLL - Compiled version of the C UDK dll (required to run
the sample application)
(NOTE: VB Sample requires VBRUN300.dll)


ALL Developers
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DOCS\TECHNOTE.WRI - Technical notes about MF and Windows
DOCS\CHANGES.WRI - Any relevant MF changes
DOCS\MF.WRI - Documentaion for MF
DOCS\REGISTER.WRI - Registering MF

CSAMPLE\CONVERT\mfCONV.* - Utility to convert M1.0x DB to M1.02
CSAMPLE\CONVERT\CONVTEST.* - EXE to run converter


Other Developers
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We have recieved reports that MF will work with Turbo Pascal.



  3 Responses to “Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : MF-DB103.ZIP
Filename : INSTALL.TXT

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