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    Default Does anyone know of online manuals for Phar Lap 286 extender?

    I'm just trying to get it to work with Borland C++ 3.1 for fun.

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    You aren't by any chance setting up for working with some BBS Software are you?

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    Nope, but I did see something about that in some files outside of the disk directories... Just want to mess around with it and see if I can make a DOS extended application with BC3.1.

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    Phar Lap "lite" was packaged with some early MSVC versions. I'll see if I can find something from my collection.

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    Is this what you are using?

    Pharlap 286 Dos Extender Developer's Kit v3.10

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    Try this and see if this helps.

    1. Install Borland C++
    ( Again here you will save yourself a lot of time by using the default
    directory "\borlandc" )

    3. After installing Borland C++, edit these two files so they look like this:
    ( These files should be found in the "\borlandc\bin" directory. )

    First file: TLINK.CFG

    -L\BORLANDC\LIB;\RUN286\BC3\LIB;

    Second file: TURBOC.CFG

    -I\BORLANDC\INCLUDE;\RUN286\INC;
    -L\BORLANDC\LIB;\RUN286\BC3\LIB;

    4. Install the Phar Lap 286os-Extended SDK.

    Use the default "\run286" directory, when it comes time to choose what to install as needed:

    286:dos extender binaries YES
    MS C Support ???
    MS Fortran Support ???
    Borland C++ Support YES
    MS C Examples ???
    Borland C++ Examples YES

    5. Add the following paths to you autoexec Path statement:

    \borlandc\bin
    \run286\bin

    6. Reboot the computer so the path statement can take effect

    7. Install Borland C Huge Model Support.
    This is the .zip file "PLPAT2.ZIP"

    copy this file to \run286\bc3\lib
    then pkunzip it there
    then type "mklib h \borlandc\lib"

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    Thanks I'll give this a try!

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