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From: cccstevn@underdog.ucdavis.edu (Steve Ansell)
Subject: libobz
Date: 13 May 92 04:16:48 GMT

Is there a copy of libobz.a someplace?  Even souces would be sufficient.
Without this lib none of the X stuff will compile!!!



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From: obz@sisd.kodak.com (Orest Zborowski COMP)
Subject: Re: libobz
Date: Fri, 15 May 92 12:21:30 GMT

cccstevn@underdog.ucdavis.edu (Steve Ansell) writes:
>Is there a copy of libobz.a someplace?  Even souces would be sufficient.
>Without this lib none of the X stuff will compile!!!
>

with hlu's latest gcc2.1 stuff you don't need libobz.a.

for those without, its in the pre0.96-obz cdif stuff (right on the
top level). just compile it and make a symlink from /usr/lib.

>
>
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>                                               -Steven T. Ansell
>                                               Unix Consultant
>                                               Computing Services U.C.D.       
>                            

zorst
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