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TITLE

MCCLib

VERSION

12.2

RELEASE DATE

20.07.1997

AUTHOR

Kai Hofmann i07m@informatik.uni-bremen.de
            http://home.pages.de/~i07m/

DESCRIPTION

MCCLib serves as a basis for writing public MUI Custom Classes including
preference classes.  It is a competitor to "mccheader.c" giving a custom
class developer the basic library initialization code.

MCCLib features:

- Supports 68000-68060 including FPUs
- Automatically generates version-string including copyright and C=
  information
- Supports preference classes including preference images
- Well formatted/readable source code
- Works with SAS/C and GCC 2.7.2.1
- Is prepared for working with StormC, Maxon C++, DICE C 3.x, VBC
  Aztec C and Lattice C

NEW FEATURES

- Added AmigaGuide V40 features to the documentation
- Added "please rate" section to the documentation
- Added MagicWB readme
- Now works with GCC 2.7.2.1, thanks to Alexander Leidinger
- Prepared for StormC, Maxon C++, DICE C 3.x, VBCC, Aztec C and
  Lattice C

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

- MUI 3.1 Developer
- SAS/C or GCC 2.7.2.1

AVAILABILITY

http://home.pages.de/~i07m/amiga/mui/MCCLib.html

ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/pub/aminet/dev/mui/MCCLib.lha
And all other Aminet sites.

PRICE

This is Giftware!

DISTRIBUTION

Permission is hereby granted, without written agreement and without license
or royalty fees, to copy and distribute this software and its documentation
for any purpose, provided that the copyright notice and the following
paragraphs appear in all copies of this software, to:

- All who will distribute this software for free
- All free accessible Internet servers
- All Aminet sites
- Fred Fish for his great Amiga software library
- The German SAAR AG PD library
- Angela Schmidt's Meeting Pearls series
- All others who do NOT take more than US$ 5.- for one disk that
  includes this software

IMPORTANT NOTE

This package may not be included on any further Aminet CD-ROMs unless
authors contributing their software to the CD-ROM, (without mentioned
distribution "NoCD") are granted a copy of the CD free of charge.