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Old January 26, 2016, 18:26   #10
Pete Mack
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Well, the main-xxx.c files still exist, as does z-term.c, and I see NPP is still using Makefile.inc. So the old Makefile.osx* should be based on V well enough for the OSX port to work with little changes. I suppose you can do this as part of make install instead of copying the directories directly:
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        for i in `find lib -type d`; do mkdir -p $(APPDIR)/$i; done
        for i in `find lib -name '*.txt'`; do cp -fb $(APPDIR)/$i; done
And yes, Makefile.osx and Makefile.win still exist on NPP, since it is reasonable not to expect users to install Qt just to play.
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Originally Posted by takkaria View Post
NPP doesn't use any of the same infrastructure as V anymore, so this won't work - it's now using Qt as a base instead of z-term and the main-xxx code.
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