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Borland C++ and SDL.

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I was just wondering if one can use SDL with Borland C++? I've been reading the documentation, and it doesn't seem to say anything about BCC. [edited by - TheGuy on December 28, 2002 1:59:47 PM]

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It would certainly make sense to look there, wouldn't it.

Thanks alot

If you don't mind one more question, do you know how to compile SDL programs? I tried... (using the free command line compiler)


bcc32 -c sdltest.cpp

ilink32 sdltest.obj sdl.lib sdlmain.lib


The program crashes though... (I'm currently looking for a debugger to use with BCC 5.5, actually, I'm looking for a debugger period... a free one.)

I put the .lib files into borlands \lib directory, and I have sdl.dll in the windows\system directory.

[edited by - TheGuy on December 28, 2002 2:00:29 PM]

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Well, I'll be...

I looked all over the site for a free debugger, all I found was, Turbo C 2, Turbo C++ 1, and Borland C++ 5.5

Anyway, thanks alot, I really appreciate it.

[edited by - TheGuy on December 28, 2002 2:03:27 PM]

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