i've done that, ran gcc -v with the desired result.
i've ran make
allegro was made
when i ran make install i got;
copy lib\mingw32\liballeg.a C:\mingw32\lib
The system cannot find the path specified
0 files copied
make: *** [C:/mingw32/liballeg.a] Error 1
any experts out there know what i should do?
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From: Steven Fullmer <teamterradactyl@...>
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Subject: Re: [AL] weird folder and even circles
At least to answer your 'tetanus' question:
Tetanus is a Tetris clone, "on drugs" as the author puts it. It
zooms in and out, spins, twirls on all x/y/z axis, blurs, wig-wams,
etc. I actually played it last night and showed some of my relatives
the results of the Fun Art of Programming. They think I'm crazy now.
Unless you're really addicted to that game, it wouldn't hurt to
delete it. Of course, it wouldn't hurt to re-download it and give it
another 'whirl', excuse the pun.
--- william labbett <w.labbett@...> wrote:
> hello allegroids,
> i'm finding out that allegro is much much more
> than i originally thought, but i don't understand much about it.A
> few questions;
> 1. I've got a folder on my machine with loads of (to me)obscure
> files in.
> One of them is allegdlg.c and there's an equivalent .h file. The
> folder is
> called 'tetanus'.Is it a weird virus-related thing ? I don't have
> recollection of where it came from. Some information on this would
> 2. Do we want that function i wrote for doing the circles of even
> width (or was it odd ?) in allegro 5 ?? (which i noticed there's a
> list for). It could be in addition to the one in 4.0 (the one i was
> may have been .01 or something).
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Subject: [AL] wingman
today i became the owner of a Logitech WingMan gamepad which i
intend to use with my future allegro programs.
Trouble is i don't know a game which allows it to be used :(
Please if anyone knows an allegro game i could download which would enable
me to at least test it out, could you plz let me know?