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SDL 1.2 is moving to a branch, and SDL 1.3 is becoming the head.
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slouken committed Jul 10, 2006
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SDL on OS/2
===========

Last updated on May. 17, 2006.
Last updated on May. 1, 2006.


1. How to compile?
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- The OS/2 Developer's Toolkit
- The OpenWatcom compiler
(http://www.openwatcom.org)
- The FSLib library
(ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/SDL)

First of all, you have to unzip the Watcom-OS2.zip file. This will result in a
file called "makefile" and a file called "setvars.cmd" in this folder (and some
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for debugging.

Then run "wmake".
This should create the SDL12.DLL and the corresponding SDL12.LIB file here.
This should create the SDL.DLL and the corresponding SDL.LIB file here.

To test applications, it's a good idea to use the 'debug' build of SDL, and
redirect the standard output and standard error output to files, to see what
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2. How to compile the testapps?
-------------------------------

Once you have SDL12.DLL compiled, navigate into the 'test' folder, copy in
there the newly built SDL12.DLL, and copy in there FSLib.DLL.
Once you have SDL.DLL compiled, navigate into the 'test' folder, copy in there
the newly built SDL.DLL, and copy in there FSLib.DLL.

Then run "wmake" in there to compile some of the testapps.

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10. Changelog of the OS/2 port
------------------------------

Version 1.2.10 - 2006-05-17 - Doodle
- Small modifications for v1.2.10 release
- Changed DLL name to include version info (currently SDL12.dll)

Version 1.2 - 2006-05-01 - Doodle
- Modified makefile system to have only one makefile
- Included FSLib headers, DLL and LIB file
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SET SDL_USE_PROPORTIONAL_WINDOW=1
dosbox.exe
)
or, if you have the HOME environment variable set, then SDL12.DLL will
or, if you have the HOME environment variable set, then SDL.DLL will
create a file in that directory called .sdl.proportionals, and you can
put there the name of executable files that will be automatically made
proportional.

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