Lawrence Mauch <lmauch@suntan> Tue, 07 June 1994 22:02 UTC

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From: Lawrence Mauch <lmauch@suntan>
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Looking for assistance.

Do you happen to know of any university or CMU itself who
has converted the CMU SNMP/SNMPv2 library code to compile with either 
Borland C, Borland C++, Microsoft C or VC++.

I am looking mostly for the secret to using Winsock or another
PC based TCP/IP stack and header files with DOS or Windows compiler.

I am guessing that Castle Rock computing might have done this,
but I am working on a Masters Project that needs to be public 
domain when it is finished.

Thank you for your help in advance.

Larry Mauch

  •   Lawrence Mauch