Beldon on Fri, 2 Mar 2001 23:16:54 -0500

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Re: [PLUG] m4 compiler on msdos / windows environment

On Thursday 01 March 2001 21:21, you wrote:
> also sprach Bill Jonas (on Thu, 01 Mar 2001 09:15:18PM -0500):
> > The port of gcc to DOS is called DJGPP.  I don't have a link handy, but
> > plunk that into Google or Freshmeat.  (I think I originally heard of it
> > from the GNU website...)
> and actually, but don't quote me on it, but i don't think it's a pure
> gcc port. rather, it's delorie's own compiler which is based on gcc
> and uses a lot of gnu. maybe you can still consider that a port...
> that's what i used during my win32 days and it works like a jiffy!
> martin

Someone may have suggested this, but the cygwin toolset 
( has m4 included and can compile 
windows-executable binaries.

Version: 3.1
GIT/MU/CS/PA d s:++ a C++ UA$ P+++ L++>++++ E W++ N++ o-- K w--- O- M+ V-- PS+
PE Y+ PGP+ t+ 5-- X- R* !tv b++ DI++ D+ G++ e+ h--- r+++ y++++
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