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Oblong is self-explanatory; just call it without arguments.
For Mac or Linux, you may have to make the file executable; open a command shell, go to the directory where oblong-linux or oblong-mac is, and type "chmod a+x oblong ".
You can rename binaries; the program does not keep track of its own name.
Notes for compilation
For Linux or Mac:
gcc -lm -O3 -o oblong -DBITS64 oblong.c For linux, you may have to add "/usr/lib/libm.a" after "oblong.c" (the library containing calls to some math functions).
For Windows (Watcom):
create a project, and define (under Options/C compiler switches) a macro "WATCOM" under "Source switches" --this is so that the program will use functions in the Watcom library, enabling it to handle larger files.