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Windows 95 & Windows NT users:
1. There's a pre-built executable, bzip2.exe, which
should work. You don't need to compile anything.
You can run the `test.bat' batch file to check
the executable is working ok, if you want.
2. The control-C signal catcher seems pretty dodgy
under Windows, at least for the executable supplied.
When it catches a control-C, bzip2 tries to delete
its output file, so you don't get left with a half-
baked file. But this sometimes seems to fail
under Windows. Caveat Emptor! I think I am doing
something not-quite-right in the signal catching.
Windows-&-C gurus got any suggestions?
Control-C handling all seems to work fine under Unix.
7 Aug 97