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Compact version of the Newton Desktop Connectivity Library
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cDCL is an experimental distribution of the DCL and K libraries. It is based on the automake and autoconf tools. Currently, not all functionality provided by the DCL and K libraries is supported, if the full functionality is needed, the original DCL and K distributions are recommended. The library has to be compiled in 32 bit mode for now, as it contains hardcoded dependencies between pointer sizes and integers. To do so, run configure as follows: ./configure CXX="gcc -m32" The library can also be built using CMake. DCL README ========== The Desktop Connection Library (DCL) is a multi-platform library to connect to Newtons using the Dock protocol and to manipulate NewtonOS data. The DCL is released under the Mozilla Public License 1.1. The original authors are: Paul Guyot <email@example.com> Nicolas Zinovieff <firstname.lastname@example.org> Michael Vacik <email@example.com> K README ======== K (K libs) is a set of multi-platform C++ classes to handle various stuff including: - unicode conversion - genetic programming - multi-platform routines - 64 bits arithmetics - DES encryption with NewtonOS variant. It was successfully compiled on Unix (MacOS X, FreeBSD, Linux) and Windows (with cygwin). Some classes are also used in some programs for NewtonOS. K is released under the Mozilla Public License. Most of it was written by Paul Guyot (firstname.lastname@example.org) and a class was also authored by Michael Vacik and Nicolas Zinovieff.