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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2006 9:41 pm 
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how do you compile like say.....wla dx...i found some little 'walkthrough' (http://www.network54.com/Forum/56397/me ... er+Windows) but, that mingw is like a ton of files big and its like i cant find the program! :roll: why cant they have it like ....download and run it. instead of wasting my time!!
ps, if this helps....im using windows :D
any help would be nice..........thanks!


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2006 9:55 pm 
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MinGW is no different from any other GCC port. You need to find gcc.exe and make sure that the environment variable "Path" contains its path. For example, if you have installed MinGW such that there is a file called C:\mingw\bin\gcc.exe then your Path should contain C:\mingw\bin .

If you want a GCC that you can just "double-click" then get a MinGW distribution such as Dev-C++. Play around with it for a while, coding your own C programs starting with hello world, before you tackle something big like WLA-DX.


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personaly I downloaded the Visual Studio project files and used them for building wla-dx as that was the quickest/easiest way ;)

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Thanks god there is already a binary compiled verison of WLA-DX for windows.

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