|Subject:||[Chicken-hackers] Bare minimum of work to get Chicken linking under native Windows|
|Date:||Mon, 19 Feb 2018 09:57:33 -0500|
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You can link to Chicken just fine, but the header files themselves depend on a sufficiently POSIX-like environment to run. For example, unistd.h isn't there at all. The simplest solution I can think of is to make shim header files that include declarations Chicken needs (and nothing else, since MinGW has already taken care of the implementations for us).
If I do make these shim header files, would you all be interested in having this be a part of Chicken somehow, perhaps as a new platform in the makefile? Or would it be better to modify chicken.h directly, if I would contribute at all?
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