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Converted my first C WIMP program from gcc/Desk to CastleC/DeskLib last night.

DeskLib needs some more examples or a tutorial though, that's what made Desk so much easier.

I felt the same about 7 year old DeskLib, that's why I used Desk to start with as it was newer/being developed. I'd like a 32-Bit version just for the competition! ;o)

-- #include "sig.h"

 is a RISC OS Usersimo on 20/11/02 5:32PM
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