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:-
:- batch file that is included in all other batch files for configuration
:-
:-****************************************************************
:- NOTICE! You must edit and rename this file to CONFIG.BAT! *
:-****************************************************************
:-*********************************************************************
:- determine your compiler settings
:-
:- you have to
:- search for XNASM - and set the path for NASM
:- search for COMPILER - and set your compiler
:- search for ??_BASE - and set the path to your compiler
:-
:-*********************************************************************
:-**********************************************************************
:-- define NASM executable - remember - it should not be protected
:- mode DJGPP version if you're using Windows NT/2k/XP to compile
:- because DJGPP-nasm crashes when using protected mode Borland's
:- make under Windows NT/2k/XP
:-**********************************************************************
set XNASM=nasm
:**********************************************************************
:- define your COMPILER type here, pick one of them
:**********************************************************************
:- Turbo C 2.01
:- set COMPILER=TC2
:- Turbo C++ 1.01
:- set COMPILER=TURBOCPP
:- Turbo C 3.0
:- set COMPILER=TC3
:- Borland C 3.1
set COMPILER=BC3
:- Borland C
:- set COMPILER=BC5
:- Microsoft C
:- set COMPILER=MSCL8
:- Watcom C
:- set COMPILER=WATCOM
:-**********************************************************************
:-- where is the BASE dir of your compiler(s) ??
:-**********************************************************************
:- set TC2_BASE=c:\tc201
:- set TP1_BASE=c:\tcpp
:- set TC3_BASE=c:\tc3
set BC3_BASE=c:\bc
:- set BC5_BASE=c:\bc5
:- set MS_BASE=c:\msvc
:- if WATCOM maybe you need to set your WATCOM environment variables
:- and path
:- if not \%WATCOM% == \ goto watcom_defined
:- set WATCOM=c:\watcom
:- set PATH=%PATH%;%WATCOM%\binw
:watcom_defined
:-**********************************************************************
:- where is UPX and which options to use?
:-**********************************************************************
set XUPX=upx --8086 --best
:- or use set XUPX=
:- if you don't want to use it
:-**********************************************************************
:- (optionally) which linker to use:
:- (otherwise will be determined automatically)
:-
:- WARNING TLINK needs to be in your PATH!
:-**********************************************************************
:- Turbo Link
:- set XLINK=tlink /m/c/s/l
:- Microsoft Link
:- set XLINK=d:\qb\link /ma
:- set XLINK=%MS_BASE%\bin\link /ONERROR:NOEXE /ma /nologo
:- WATCOM Link (wlinker is a batch file calling ms2wlink and wlink)
:- set XLINK=..\utils\wlinker /ma /nologo
:- set path for Turbo Link - use OLDPATH to restore normal path
:- set OLDPATH=%PATH%
:- set PATH=%PATH%;%TC2_BASE%
:**********************************************************************
:* optionally define your MAKE type here, if not then
:* it will be automatically determined, pick one of them
:* use MS nmake if you want to compile with MSCL
:**********************************************************************
:- Borland MAKE
:- set MAKE=%TC2_BASE%\make
:- Watcom MAKE in MS mode
:- set MAKE=%WATCOM%\binw\wmake /ms
:- Microsoft MAKE
:- set MAKE=%MS_BASE%\bin\nmake /nologo
:**********************************************************************
:* select your default target: required CPU and what FAT system to support
:**********************************************************************
set XCPU=86
:- set XCPU=186
:- set XCPU=386
set XFAT=16
:- set XFAT=32
:- Give extra compiler DEFINE flags here
:- such as -DDEBUG : extra DEBUG output
:- -DDOSEMU : printf output goes to dosemu log
:- set ALLCFLAGS=-DDEBUG
:-
:- $Id: config.b 864 2004-04-11 12:21:25Z bartoldeman $
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