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Re: MathLink for BCC and/or Dev-C++


I work with Borland C 5.02 and since some weeks
with C++ BuilderX Deverloper .. what is your problem ?
Add the MathLink include directory to your include
path and add ml32i2b.lib to your project.

Eventual you havt to setup a command line tool
that translate the *.tm files to C/C++ files 
as a pre-processor.

BTW the Borland tools work much better that
Visual C/C++ will ever do. 


Dirk wrote:
> I'm trying to build the MathLink examples (addtwo, factor, etc.) with either
> the Borland Command Line compiler or the Dev-C++4 IDE.
> However, since I'm not very experienced with this stuff (that is, using
> MathLink and these compilers), I'm having a lot of problems. Moreover the
> Mathematica help seems to concentrate on building those examples with
> Microsoft's compiler....
> Does anybody have experience with these C++ compilers and MathLink?
> Thanks for any advice or help provided.
> Dirk

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