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INTRODUCTION

     This is a Win32 port of gsmlib contributed by Frediano Ziglio
     (Frediano.Ziglio@omnitel.it) and adapted by me. You can use the
     library for inclusion in your own programs or the command line tools
     which have been ported (with the exception of gsmsmsd).

COMPILATION

     You need Microsoft VC++ 6.0 to compile the library and command
     line tools. Because I prefer to use the ending .cc for C++ files you
     need to make some changes to your development environment. These are
     documented by Microsoft under this URL (one line):

       http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q181/5/
       06.ASP?LN=EN-US&SD=gn&FR=0&qry=.cc&rnk=1&src=DHCS_MSPSS_gn_SRCH&SPR=VCC

     The title of the document is "HOWTO: Make VC++ Recognize File
     Extensions as C/C++ Files".

     Then open the workspace gsmlib.dsw with Developer
     Studio. Compilation should be straightforward after that, just make a
     batch build of everything.

     If you encounter problems you can use the debug versions and set
     the environment variable GSMLIB_DEBUG to 1 or 2 to get debugging
     output.

HINTS
     - Use COMx: (x is the number of the COM device) instead of the UNIX
       device name. If this doesn't work use "\\.\COMx:".

     - The files under Release are without debugging code. If you see
       errors please use the Debug versions and execute

         set GSMLIB_DEBUG=2

       for executing the programs. Please send me the debugging
       output:

         gsmsmsstore ..... 2> \temp\debug.log