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Re: [MiNT] Anyone has?
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- Date: Mon, 3 May 1999 02:23:38 +0200
- In-reply-to: <199904301737.KAA24710@x-a.mp.campuscwix.net>; from Ronald J. Hall on Fri, Apr 30, 1999 at 01:30:14PM +0000
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On Fri, Apr 30, 1999 at 01:30:14PM +0000, Ronald J. Hall wrote:
> I wish we were more mainstream compatible with the current Unix/Linux
> standards as well. It would be nice to just be able to "make" any new
> release (or at least with few changes)...
That's one of the major goals of my work on the MiNTLib, but step by step
> ->Anyone working with mintlibs should at least give a try to see how bad it
> ->just fails to compile.
The MiNTLib is already quite up-to-date to current standards. My own
experience is that you usually need very little modifications to get
things to run. General rule: The more error messages you get, the smaller
the bug is.
Well, doesn't help you a lot. But, if anybody out there has problems
porting software with the MiNTLib please let me know, preferably with a
fix. Remember, only known bugs can be fixed.