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FTP Site: ftp://na.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/djgpp/current/

Note: Don't install djgpp in /dev as djgpp treats that directory specially.

Note: If your FTP site doesn't have the selected files, please choose another one, like ftp.delorie.com

Note: Do not install DJGPP in a directory that requires long file name support (i.e. no spaces, 8.3 characters)

Note: The FAQ has information on adjusting the registry so that one installation works with both long and
short filenames (Win 95/98/NT and DOS)

Note: To view online documentation and help, run the "info" program.

Note: RHIDE has an online help viewer also.

Note: Start RHIDE in the directory with your sources, so that it puts the .exe there also.

Note: In RHIDE, press F1 twice to get help on help

Note: Emacs has an online help viewer also.

Note: Sample compile command: gcc hello.c -o hello.exe

Note: Use gxx (or append -lstdcx to your gcc command line) to compile and link C++ programs (*.cc)

Note: If you get errors about cout, iostream.h, streambuf.h, or libiostream.a, please read the FAQ

Note: Append -lobjc to your gcc command line to link Objective-C programs

Note: Assember files should have a .S extension.

Note: You need to build Allegro before you can use it. Use "make"

Note: The binary zips (*b.zip) include full documentation in info format. You do not need to download the
extra formats if you only need to read the documentation on-line.

Read the file README.1ST before you do anything else with DJGPP! It has important installation and
usage instructions.
Binaries
unzip32.exe to unzip the zip files 95 kb

v2/copying.dj DJGPP Copyright info 3 kb


v2/djdev205.zip DJGPP Basic Development Kit 2.4 mb
v2/faq230b.zip Frequently Asked Questions 664 kb
v2/pakk023b.zip Pakke Installer 1,017 kb
v2/readme.1st Installation instructions 23 kb

v2apps/rhid15ab.zip RHIDE 6.0 mb

v2gnu/bnu2331b.zip Basic assembler, linker 5.9 mb


v2gnu/em2602ab.zip Emacs binaries 53.9 mb
v2gnu/gcc920b.zip Basic GCC compiler 34.1 mb

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v2gnu/gdb801b.zip GNU debugger 4.4 mb


v2gnu/gpp920b.zip C++ compiler 15.3 mb
v2gnu/mak421b.zip Make (processes makefiles) 433 kb
v2gnu/objc920b.zip Objective-C compiler 21.6 mb

v2tk/allegro/all422ar2.zip Allegro game library 2.4 mb


v2tk/allegro/all422br2.zip Allegro game library 16.2 mb

v2tk/grx249s.zip GRX Graphics 2.0 mb


v2tk/pdcur39a.zip Curses Emulator 168 kb

Sources
v2/djlsr205.zip DJGPP Library/Utils Sources 2.0 mb
v2/djtst205.zip DJGPP C Library Self-Test Files 1.0 mb
v2/faq230s.zip Frequently Asked Questions 292 kb
v2/pakk023s.zip 2.3 mb

v2apps/rhid15as.zip RHIDE 1.2 mb

v2gnu/em2602as.zip Emacs binaries 64.9 mb


v2gnu/flx254s.zip Flex 417 kb
v2gnu/gcc920s.zip Basic GCC compiler 101.7 mb
v2gnu/gdb801s.zip GNU debugger 38.9 mb

v2tk/allegro/all422s.zip Allegro game library 3.0 mb

Extra Documentation Formats


v2gnu/flx254d.zip Flex 259 kb
v2gnu/gcc920d.zip Basic GCC compiler 13.8 mb
v2gnu/gdb801d.zip GNU debugger 4.7 mb

Total bytes to download: 420,655,035

Use Explorer to create a folder for DJGPP. My Computer, Drive C, File->New->Folder, "DJGPP".

Use djgpp's unzip32.exe to unzip all the zips you downloaded into the C:\DJGPP folder. Don't unzip them
each into separate folders - unzip them all to the same place. The directory structure inside each zip file
should be preserved, so you end up with files like c:\djgpp\bin\gcc.exe and c:\djgpp\include\stdio.h
C:\> mkdir djgpp
C:\> cd djgpp
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\djdev205.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\faq230b.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\pakk023b.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\rhid15ab.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\bnu2331b.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\em2602ab.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\gcc920b.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\gdb801b.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\gpp920b.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\mak421b.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\objc920b.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\all422ar2.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\all422br2.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\grx249s.zip
C:\DJGPP> unzip32 d:\tmp\pdcur39a.zip

When properly installed, you should have a c:\djgpp\bin directory, and in it should be at least gcc.exe,
as.exe, and stubify.exe. If all the files are in c:\djgpp with no subdirectories, or you see directories like

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c:\djgpp\djdev203\, you need to delete everything and try a different unzip program.

Make sure you use the djgpp's unzip32, or some other unzip that doesn't support long file names. If you
install with WinNT long file names, C++ programs won't compile. Another option is to use pkunzip instead
(see the MS-DOS install instructions) or read the FAQ about the NameNumericTail registry key.

Right-click My Computer, select Properties. Select the Advanced tab, then the Environment Variables button.
Edit the Path (or PATH, whichever exists) system variable to include C:\DJGPP\BIN at the front. (If you are
not an administrator, add it to the PATH variable in the User Variables section, or add a new PATH user
environment variable which contains only C:\DJGPP\BIN) Add a new variable DJGPP set to C:\DJGPP
\DJGPP.ENV (system variable if possible, user variable if not an administrator) .

You'll need to close and reopen your MS-DOS windows for these changes to take effect.

Rather than edit your autoexec files and/or global environment, you may wish to create a djgpp shortcut
instead. To do this, create a c:\djgpp\djgpp.bat that has lines like this:
@echo off
set PATH=c:\djgpp\bin;%PATH%
set DJGPP=c:\djgpp\djgpp.env
chdir c:\djgpp\mystuff (or any other directory)
command

(you can replace that last line with any other shell you'd like)

The other zips may be installed the same way.

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