Re: Compiling tsinvest on Win98

From: Ron McEwan <>
Subject: Re: Compiling tsinvest on Win98
Date: Tue, 1 May 2001 12:06:15 -0400

I was able to do this by using a free compiler (djgpp) available from:

It is It is a complete 32-bit C/C++ development system for Intel 80386
(and higher) PC's running DOS. I have no programming experience at all
and I had very little trouble using this program. You have to follow the
instructions to add the following lines to your path:


Reboot to activate the new settings. Go to DOS and the directory that you
have the TsInvest file (unzipped). Then type "make" (no quotes) at the
c:\ prompt. This should compile everything for you. If this does not
work. I can e-mail a copy of the .exe file (in zipped format) to you. I
would also like to mention that I have had good results using John's
suggestion to initially use the "d1" switch on your database, and then
take the results of this scan and run it again using the "d5" switch.

Ron McEwan

defil writes:
> Hi, i'm an italian student. I have found your site and i think
> that it is  very interesting.
> I would like use your program, but i 'm not able to compiling it.
> It is possible to have tsinvest compiled?
> I'm using windows 98.

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