last updated at 18 Oct, 2003 15:18 (1 times)
I've tried to write a little extension to rexx as .dll but can't get it to work in C++.
Could you please help me? With an hands on example, preferably with every step I have to do to get it to function properly e.g. configure compiler/make/linker etc.
With kind regards,
I just ask myself:
Why do I have to tweak everything myself to make compilers do anything useful? I've read C++ for at least 1.5 years at school but I can't get a compiler to do anyting useful under OS/2. I've tried VAC++ 4.0 where I had to tweak ibmsamp.inc, move files etc. but it didn't help. I tried gcc emx, it just complains about everything in general. I've managed to create a dummy .dll to work with Watcom after tearing my hair because the lack of documentation, but not a C++ version.
I'm used to that the installer takes care of the settings, contain all libraries and then everything works right out of the box. Tweak this, download that, patch here and rewrite there, has stopped me from doing apps. for os/2 for years.