On Fri, 2003-02-28 at 09:56, Peter Hermann wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 07:52:24AM +0100, Laurent Guerby wrote:
> > There's an entire section of the GNAT User Guide dedicated
> > to this issue:
> > Microsoft Windows Topics
> > * Using GNAT on Windows::
> > * GNAT Setup Tool::
> > * CONSOLE and WINDOWS subsystems::
> > * Temporary Files::
> > * Mixed-Language Programming on Windows::
> > * Windows Calling Conventions::
> > * Introduction to Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs)::
> > * Using DLLs with GNAT::
> > * Building DLLs with GNAT::
> > * GNAT and Windows Resources::
> > * GNAT and COM/DCOM Objects::
>
> Teamers,
> please verify my observation:
> there is a printable GNAT_ug (User_Guide) for unix-platforms (in .ps-format)
> there is a gnat_ug in .html for windows-platforms
> but no printable gnat_ug.ps for windows-platforms
> for us non-customers(p) of GNAT, right?

The source for this are in the GCC public CVS so no
particular problem to generate the windows manual .ps
or .pdf file. I must admit I'm reading
directly the .texinfo source from CVS with emacs,
at least I have decent search functions unlike
paper or the horrible PDF reader :).

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