Aha!  You're absolutely right, Terry.  I missed that 'S' in the Makefile.
Thanks for pointing that out!

I also found a bug in lp5250d for Windows, it was not parsing command-line
arguemnts correctly.

So, I updated the tarball on my web site, and I also added the updates to


On Fri, 18 Jan 2002, Terrence Enger wrote:

> Scott,
> Thank you for the tarball with tn5250 for Windows.
> I found just one small catch along the way.  After a hang-up during the
> build, I changed a line in makefile from
>     DLL_LDLIBS = $(ARCH) $(INCLUDE) $(OPENSSL_LIB) -lwsock32
> to
>     DLL_LDLIBS = $(ARCH) $(INCLUDES) $(OPENSSL_LIB) -lwsock32
> The second try worked, so I conclude (from that well-known rule of logic,
> post hoc propter hoc) that the extra "S" fixed the problem (grin).  As it
> happens, my environment does have define INCLUDE.  If you need more info,
> or if you find my solution implausible, I can probably recreate the problem.
> Good readme file!  Things like this could make source distributions popular
> in the Windows world.
> Thanks again,
> Terry.

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