Q32094: Installing M with Msetup
Article: Q32094 Product(s): See article Version(s): 1.00 | 1.00 Operating System(s): MS-DOS | OS/2 Keyword(s): ENDUSER | h_fortran | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 19-JUL-1988 Question: The FORTRAN Version 4.10 setup program did not install the Microsoft Editor. I could not find any documentation on how to use msetup in the UTILITIES.DOC. How do I set up the Editor? Response: To run the msetup program, place the "Microsoft Editor" disk in Drive A and type "msetup". A help screen will be displayed showing the syntax for using msetup. An example of running msetup is as follows: A:>msetup c: \m \init \binp This procedure will install the M Editor and M tools (MEGREP, ECH, UNDEL, etc.) in the M directory, TOOLS.INI in the INIT directory, and MEP in a BINP directory. If you do not specify any directories, the program will use default directories. It will show these default directories on the screen and prompt you for any changes. These directories must be created before running msetup; otherwise, it will not be installed correctly. Please note that when the msetup prompts you for the type of emulation to use for the TOOLS.INI file, a TOOLS.INI file will not be created if you type a "0" for the default tools (the defaults are already built into Editor). If any of the other emulations are used, msetup will rename the appropriate file to TOOLS.INI and install it.
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