The DJGPP Syndrome... has anyone noticed it?

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    Exclamation The DJGPP Syndrome... has anyone noticed it?

    It seems that once people get DJGPP they become distant and almost arrogent... in that whenever someone asks them how to get it, they drift off or "have to go". I notice this all the time and its amazing how HARD it is to get DJGPP and then get it to work!

    Its just a very wierd fact and I was wondering if anyone else has shared this observation...

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    It's here. Some support is also available there. That's all I know as I can't get it / haven't really tried to get it to work on my 2K machine.
    Allegro precompiled Installer for Dev-C++, MSVC, and Borland: http://galileo.spaceports.com/~springs/

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    Justin, you could make a boot disk [with accompaning mouse drivers] to run your programs [and mine and tell me what you think! which is why i mention the mouse driver... i wanna hear what you think...] okie...
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    >Its just a very wierd fact and I was wondering if anyone else has shared this observation...<

    No, but I also have DJGPP v2.03 sitting on my hard disk.

    It's easy to get. People make a big deal out of nothing really. Go to http://www.delorie.com/djgpp. Go to the zip picker thing. Download it. Unzip it. Use it.

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    yes so true.

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