Would it be easier to change the paths in the Watcom project files?  Adding and deleting files in CVS is a bit of a pain.

John F. Fay
Technical Fellow, Jacobs/Sverdrup TEAS Group


From: Paul Blew []
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2005 5:57 AM
To: Fay John F Contr AAC/WMG
Subject: Re: [Freeglut-developer] Open Watcom Support

Hi John,

I know it's a bit of a while since I sent you the Open Watcom stuff, but I've only just got around to checking what you put in CVS - and it's not quite right.  The project files I sent you rely on a certain directory structure - there are relative paths in them which refer back to the source directory - eg. ../../src/.  Below I've documented which files need to move to where:

freeglut.wpj -> watcom/freeglut.wpj
freeglut.rc -> watcom/freeglut.rc
freeglut.tgt -> watcom/win32dll/freeglut.tgt
freeglut_static.tgt -> watcom/win32lib/freeglut_static.tgt

Sorry for the delay in picking this up.


Fay John F Contr AAC/WMG wrote:


        I have put into CVS the required changes for Open Watcom support.  Please let me know if anything breaks.

        The "README.Win32" apparently had Windows line endings on it, which I have changed to Linux line endings.  I consider this morally neutral; please let me know if you object.

John F. Fay
Technical Fellow, Jacobs/Sverdrup TEAS Group

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