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I have installed mingw32 on my win98 system, and I
also configured it for allegro(an opensource C gameprogramming library) by using
make and make install.
But now I don't know where to put my C files in mingw32 or how to compile them,
and also, if I try to enter( g++ file.cpp -lalleg), there's a message that this
file was none existent. Which it is not.
And the "help"-files were not any helpful, if not even existent
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