Move the lisp files, the C file, and `Makefile' to the
appropriate directory in the search path defined by the variable
load-path. Before actually byte-compiling the lisp files, make
sure there are no byte-compiled files of older versions of GNUS in that
directory. Remove or rename such files as the byte-compiler may be
confused by old macro definitions. If you can use the `make'
command, you don't have to take care of the dependencies.
The C file `tcp.c' should be compiled with a C compiler and
installed in a directory in the search path defined by the variable
exec-path, if this is required.
If you can use the `make' command, just type
make in a
Unix shell. All the lisp files will be byte-compiled. Otherwise,
byte-compile lisp files in the following order according to your
computing environment by yourself:
`tcp.el' defines the function
`tcp.c' is an emulation program for the stream used by the
function. If you modified `tcp.c' for your system, please send the
author the diffs. Some of them will be included in the future releases