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From: moor...@msu.edu (richard r. moore)
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Subject: Borland's C++ v3.0 and DV
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Date: 17 Feb 92 21:49:11 GMT
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Someone posted a note a while back that they could not get borland C++ 
version 3.0 running under DV (version 2.? did work).  Has there been any 
resolution of this problem?  I'm about to unpack C++ v3.0, but i'll send it 
back if it won't run under DV.

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From: e...@cunixf.cc.columbia.edu (Eben Moglen)
Subject: Re: Borland's C++ v3.0 and DV
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Date: Wed, 19 Feb 1992 04:07:09 GMT

In article <moorerr...@msu.edu> moor...@msu.edu (richard r. moore) writes:
>Someone posted a note a while back that they could not get borland C++ 
>version 3.0 running under DV (version 2.? did work).  Has there been any 
>resolution of this problem?  I'm about to unpack C++ v3.0, but i'll send it 
>back if it won't run under DV.

I spoke to Borland about this last week.  I was told that patches to make the
BC 3.0 products run fully under DesqView were available on Compuserv
and Borland's own BBS.  I don't yet have a copy of BC++ 3.0, and so I
haven't bothered to pick up the patches.  You could look for yourself,
and I'll post here when I have further word.  Anyone who works this
through I would be grateful to hear from.
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