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IM5 32bit executables on 16bit machine?

2 posts in PB Infomaker Report Writer Last posting was on 1998-08-19 04:30:22.0Z
Errol Conaghan Posted on 1998-08-10 01:34:11.0Z
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I am using IM5 on a NT machine. I would like to run developed
executables on a W3.11 machine.
Has any body done this?

Errol Conaghan

Terry Dykstra (TeamPS) Posted on 1998-08-19 04:30:22.0Z
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I haven't. But my understanding is that it should work just fine when you
deploy the exe together with the 16-bit deployment kit.
In the worst case, you'll have to install IM5-16 on your NT machine and use
that to compile.

Terry Dykstra (TeamPS)

Errol Conaghan wrote in message <>...
>I am using IM5 on a NT machine. I would like to run developed
>executables on a W3.11 machine.
>Has any body done this?
>Errol Conaghan