Different C compilers 
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 Different C compilers

I'm not sure where this message fits in, so I'm posting it to the misc group.

Can somebody let me know if it's possible to compile a program with
Borland's C++ 5.0 using .lib files that were created for Microsoft's
Visual C++ 2.0 or better?

I want to know if I can use Microsoft's DirectX 2 SDK, with a compiler
other than MSVC.  Is there a way to convert MSVC .lib files to BORLAND
.lib files?




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Tue, 15 Dec 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
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