On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 5:24 PM, Balthasar SzczepaƄski
<rowerynaksiez...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Next version of my CPI editor.
> It allows to edit the shape of the characters, remove or create fonts,
> remove or create codepages,.. It has a gui and can be controlled with the
> keyboard or mouse (if there is a mouse installed). It can read *.cpi or
> *.cpx files and write *.cpi files.

I've mirrored this below:



BTW, I'm no expert, but your makefile could be heavily improved.  :-)
In particular, "-ot" may be too spartan ("-otexan" is often
recommended, though I'd use "-ox" or "-oxt" to be safer).

Also, at least on .OBJ platforms (not Linux), OpenWatcom supports
automatic dependency handling, which may simplify things for you.
(IIRC, even Borland supports that, too.)

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