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Downloaded Allegro...now what?

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I just downloaded Allegro, but all I have is the ZIP they gave me (which I extracted to My documents/games/dev/libraries/Allegro. I am using Borland C++ BuilderX. I want to know how do I actually get it so that I can actually start using Allegro? Let me put it this way: I want to get it so that I can type "#include <allegro.h>" and expect it to work to I can get started :) I also want to know, does Allegro handle sound/music at all?

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This recent thread should answer all.


Still confused


Well it worked for garippe and countless others that bothered to read it all and work through it?
And yeah Allegro does sound and music too!

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This recent thread should answer all.


Still confused
After reading that thread, what exactly are you confused about. If you want good answers, ask good, intelligent questions.

Actually, now that I look at it, your follow-up didn't actually contain any questions.

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