Oops, you shouldn't need to install cmake and global. I
copy/pasted that from my Emacs setup readme.
I have just returned from vacation and have access to my
Windows 10 machine again, and so can try out my setup.
Here's what I have done:
Install 64-bit MSYS2, launch bash using the MingW64 shell:
Install the necessary dependencies:
pacman -S mingw-w64-cross-toolchain base-devel mingw64/mingw-w64-x86_64-cmake global
Build and install Chicken:
tar xf chicken-4.11.0.tar.gz; cd chicken-4.11.0
make PLATFORM=mingw-msys install
And now you have a Win64 build of
Note that I also install and use Emacs this way, and interface
with Chicken through Geiser.
On 2016-07-09 4:38 PM, Matt Gushee wrote:
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