I find it tedious to download lots and lots of files from the DJGPP site and 
putting them into the DJGPP directory. In the process you have to make sure 
that old packages do not overwrite the files installed by new packages. And 
you may have selected the wrong version needed or just missed some files. 
Therefore I made a ZIP archive of my DJGPP directory which I know works with 
Nano-X and FLTK. So you may use that or try the one you already have. I did 
not modify or recompile any DJGPP code for this.

If you want to develop with Nano-X you just need the binary version. There 
is also the source code which allows you to recompile Nano-X. Both versions 
contain user guides and examples.


> Looks like a better option, specially because is a current project and
> is free.
> I see the download lists and I dont undersand what is that we must to
> download.
> http://code.google.com/p/nanox-microwindows-nxlib-fltk-for-dos/downloads/list
> Is needed to download their djgpp package in order the run the
> calculator and other examples?
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