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posted by bocke(R), 04.11.2014, 15:12

> > > > Hey, thanx. But I don't use Windows (or very rarely). :-) Is the
> code
> > > > crossplatform and could you upload the source or the patch
> somewhere?
> > >
> > > Just to mention that it is indeed cross-platform after confirming it
> by
> > > myself. I have already tested it in Windows, Linux, and MacOS X by
> > myself,
> > > and have confirmed that it works on all of these systems (for mouse
> > > copy/paste feature, the pdcurses library will be required for
> > > cross-platform clipboard support).
> >
> > Haven't had luck with this. GNU patch didn't like your patch. Haven't
> yet
> > tried manually changing the files. Or trying to figure out why gpatch
> > doesn't work.
> >
> > What diff utility are you using?
> >
> > Btw, thanx for the great work. I've been aware of your Dosbox patches
> for
> > years. ;-)
>
> How about try this zip package containing all C++ source files that have
> been changed from the latest official DOSBox SVN version (r3871):
>
> http://bit.ly/1umlc4J

It compiles but it's buggy. Right click mouse select works, but the text doesn't get transfered to the clipboard. Also, DosBox's "dir" command shows lfns, but file names seem to be case sensitive when using cd. Doszip commander crashes after trying to navigate out of the directory where it was started.

I linked it with SDL port of PDCurses as I supposed that what you did (had to edit a makefile or two to add the appropriate LDFLAGS).

Have you tried compiling it on any Linux? Did you have any success?

 

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