From: Johan Henriksson <jhe@re...> - 2001-06-08 19:07:41
I've stumbled on a problem; I need to compile Allegro but it seems several
variables are not defined, such as windows paths. Would using a native
make (I use DJGPP right now) solve the problem. If so, we're can I get
it? I didn't see a link on sourceforge :(
From: Henrik Stokseth <hstokset@pr...> - 2001-06-08 21:50:49
from readme.mgw in allegro wip 3.9.37 (cvs) :
You can download GNU sed and other utilities for Mingw32 from:
among those utilities should be a mingw port of make 3.76.1.
make 3.77 can be downloaded from mummit khan's ftp server at:
AFAIK cygwin tools can also be used without problems.
about those variable undefined errors, i think it _could_ be due to the
newest win32api. try to downgrade to 0.5. if that doesn't help try to follow
the installation instructions literally.
----- Original Message -----
From: Johan Henriksson <jhe@...>
Sent: Friday, June 08, 2001 9:07 PM
Subject: [Mingw-users] Utilies
> I've stumbled on a problem; I need to compile Allegro but it seems several
> variables are not defined, such as windows paths. Would using a native
> make (I use DJGPP right now) solve the problem. If so, we're can I get
> it? I didn't see a link on sourceforge :(
> MinGW-users mailing list
> You may change your MinGW Account Options at: