[meltsim] meltsim on Linux

J.W. Bizzaro jeff at bioinformatics.org
Mon Oct 18 08:58:51 EDT 2004

Hi Taofiq.

The MeltSim binaries you're using were compiled using Borland Delphi 2 
on Windows.  What emulator are you using?  One option you have is to 
recompile MeltSim using Delphi 2 or higher on Windows.

There is another option.  I haven't tried this myself, but Borland makes 
an IDE for Linux that can compile Delphi code into native Linux binaries:


You may be able to use the Open version of Kylix for free:


If you go this route and make Kylix binaries for MeltSim, I'd like to 
post them on the website.

Someday I would like to make a C command-line or Web version that runs 
on Linux.


Taofiq Paraiso wrote:
> Hello,
> I am using Meltsim on Linux using a windows emulator.
> However, I downloaded the source code and I need to compile it in order 
> to perform some changes.  Can this be done on Linux?
> Many thanks and best reagrds,
> Taofiq Paraiso

J.W. Bizzaro
Bioinformatics Organization, Inc. (Bioinformatics.Org)
E-mail: jeff at bioinformatics.org
Phone:  +1 508 890 8600

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