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Allegro with DevC++

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No I''m not asking how to use Allegro with DevC++ (the new version already says how ). My problem is that the readme file says to link your Allegro programs with a file called "liballeg.a". This file is nowhere to be seen-- nowhere. I can''t find it, so I can''t enter the directory for the linker to search for it. I''m using Allegro WIP v3937, just so you know.

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If you did "make"
then "make install"
all you need to do is add "-lalleg" to the compiler parameters to link to it.... easy (don''t forget to "#include "allegro.h"" as well

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Didn''t help. I''ve already set everything up on the command line and in autoexec.bat, so that''s no worry.

dmounty: First off, where''d ya come up with that name? ... Weirdo. Secondly, in DevC++, by compiler parameters do you mean the compiler options space under "Project Options?" Typing -lalleg there doesn''t seem to work.

Beer Hunter: What do you mean compile liballeg.a? How? Where are the sources for it, and how would I compile them as a library of the format ''.a''?

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