Setting up a Windows compilation environment
You will need:
(Edit away if it's not the right version)
Don't forget to copy libintl3.dll from the gnuwin32/bin package into the same directory that you put make.exe
setting the path for git and make:
as administrator, right click My Computer -> properties -> Advanced -> environment variables -> find 'path' in the lower pane.
double click it and add "; path-to-binary-folder-of-git; path/to/make; ... "
you'd also need the boost library
(it's kind of large)
put it in a path like this: C:\MinGW\include\c++\3.4.5\boost
Next, run git-bash.bat
cd to the factor repository and type: make winnt-x86-32
Hurray! it should now start compiling.
after it finishes, you'll need to bootstrap.
Alternatively (instead of make, bootstrap) you can run ./build-support/factor.sh update winnt-x86-32
This revision created on Fri, 16 Oct 2009 20:49:06 by klazuka (Extra instruction for installing 'make')
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