From: Andy Little (andy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-28 09:31:50
"Toon Knapen" wrote
> Andy Little wrote:
>> Hurdle 1. Many Windows users are used to zip not bz2 files, so what do I do
> cygwin comes with bunzip2.exe or in case of an archive you can directly
> 'tar -xvjf <file>'
OK.... Here then is my ConceptGCC installation for dummies guide:
You need to have Cygwin installed:
Hurdle 1. Many Windows users are used to zip not bz2 files, so what do I do with
Answer: Cygwin comes with bunzip2.exe or in case of an archive you can directly
'tar -xvjf <file>'
Move the resulting 'opt' directory to your Cygwin installation. In my case
so in my case the result is C:/Cygwin/opt
Head for Start>Control Panel.
Head for System>Advanced>Environment Variables.
Find 'Path' environment variable
Add The ConceptGcc bin directory e.g
Now check it works. Open a command prompt. (If you have Cygwin correctly
installed you shouldnt need to be in Cygwin shell)
If all is working ok you should get:
conceptg++: no input files
Next.. Head for the tutorial:
....And it even works with my Stuff!
Boost list run by bdawes at acm.org, gregod at cs.rpi.edu, cpdaniel at pacbell.net, john at johnmaddock.co.uk