Hi Jim,

I'm just starting as project coordinator, so excuse me if it takes a
little time to address this, but I'll keep it in mind for future
releases.  If you address this on the developer list, maybe someone
else has seen it and may be able to help you.


On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 7:21 AM, Jim Lemon <j...@bitwrit.com.au> wrote:
> Hi gang,
> I had to do some programming on the DOS human performance tests that I
> wrote after a considerable break. I had downloaded FreeDOS 1.0 a while
> ago and fortunately hadn't gotten around to installing it until a few
> days ago. When I tried to recompile some code, the compiler started
> throwing errors like:
> Can't open file c:\bc\lib\emu.lib
> even though the files were all there with no access restrictions. The
> command line compiler gave similar errors, as did the command line
> linker. As about the only thing I had done was to install the new
> version of FreeDOS, I laboriously copied the essential Borland
> installation to an ancient laptop that I use as a lab machine (using
> 1.44M floppies!). This had the same version of FreeDOS that I had
> replaced. Sure enough, the compiler worked again and I got the
> executable. I don't know what went wrong, but perhaps this will uncover
> something that can be fixed for the next release.
> Jim


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