Ilya Zakharevich on Thu, 21 Jan 1999 04:11:18 -0500

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Re: C library on a PC

On Thu, Jan 21, 1999 at 08:56:15AM +0000, Mark Chimley wrote:
> I have retrieved a copy of PARI-GP and installed it on my PC running
> Windows95. I use rsx to run GP in a DOS window. I am now trying to use
> the PARI C libraries, but without success. I am using Borland C++ v3.00
> in a DOS window. If I include \pari\dos and \pari\headers in the
> directory listing, the compiler fails to find unistd.h and pariinl.h. If
> I include \pari\win32 instead of \pari\dos, the compiler uses unistd.h
> OK, but still cannot find pariinl.h. A directory search of \pari shows
> that it is not present in any subdirectory.
> I'm afraid the users manual (Appendix A) is not much help, as it seems
> to be geared towards installation on a unix system.

If you use the EMX compile of the library, most probably you will need
to EMX-compile the extensions too.  The new version of EMX compiler is
just released, btw.  Anyway, you will need the PARI C library, is it
included for the distribution?