>I have to create a plug-in for PageMaker 6.5+. I am trying to compile
>the sample applications that came with the SDK and get the message
>Could not find linker "MacOS 68K Linker" for target xxxx.rsrc.68k
>I am using Codewarrior 7 on a PPC with MacOS 9.2. From previous posts
>I have come to learn that CodeWarrior 6 was the last version to
>include a 68K Linker. How can I get a 68K linker for versions 7 and 8?
You can't, we stopped shipping the 68k compilers with CodeWarrior 6.
If you have CodeWarrior 6 you can use the 68k plugins with CodeWarrior.
Copy over the 68K compiler, linker, and preference panel plug-ins from
Rebuilt the 68K libraries using CodeWarrior 7 using updated targets from
the CodeWarrior 6 projects.
Make a MacHeaders68K.pch precompiled header file that contains
MacHeaders.c and precompile it. (Use the previous version as a guide)
You probably will want to create your own stationery for these projects
by updating the stationery you previously used and moving it to the
(Project Stationery) folder. Be sure to remove the data folder after
you update the projects.
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