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PaulBlay February 23, 2009 10:40

Compiling with Borland C++ 5.5 (yes, I know)
 
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OK, it's a horrible compiler and Visual C++ or Dev-C++ can compile Angband perfectly well. I'd still like to work out why I can't get it to compile with bcc32 anyway. :p

The problem appears to be that it isn't finding the include files in the source directory so I get tons of linker errors. I tried adding -I. to the compiler options (and the full directory path) but that didn't make any difference.

If anyone is curious I'm attaching the makefile I used.

konijn_ February 23, 2009 15:08

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Originally Posted by PaulBlay (Post 15948)
OK, it's a horrible compiler and Visual C++ or Dev-C++ can compile Angband perfectly well. I'd still like to work out why I can't get it to compile with bcc32 anyway. :p

The problem appears to be that it isn't finding the include files in the source directory so I get tons of linker errors. I tried adding -I. to the compiler options (and the full directory path) but that didn't make any difference.

If anyone is curious I'm attaching the makefile I used.

THANKS !

FYI bcc is still the fastest compiler out there by _far_. For people like me ( and you ? ) who need to compile every other code line to make sure they didnt goof it up, a fast compiler is worth gold.

T.

PaulBlay February 23, 2009 15:55

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Originally Posted by konijn_ (Post 15953)
THANKS !

Don't thank me yet, it doesn't work for me. :-(


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