[PD] syncgrain~ for windows
davigoli at hotmail.com
Sun Mar 27 07:33:07 CEST 2005
I highly recommend downloading Bloodshed Dev-C++ for the Windows XP
platform. It's GPL and, I believe, based on the GNU C++ (gcc)
implementation and integrated with Cygwin to boot (according to their
website - I personally haven't used Cygwin).
it's given me many years of happy, free C++ compilation.
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>From: Kyle Klipowicz <kyleklip at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: Kyle Klipowicz <kyleklip at gmail.com>
>To: pd-list at iem.at
>Subject: [PD] syncgrain~ for windows
>Date: Sat, 26 Mar 2005 22:08:17 -0600
>I've been looking around for a .dll file for Frank's syncgrain~
>external, but to no avail. I would like to just compile it, but using
>windows xp makes this a little trickier than gcc in linux/osx. I have
>cygwin, but it seems a little tricky, since although it is a great
>shell, most of the native apps (vi, emacs, gcc) aren't included.
>Does anyone have a compiled version on hand, or on a webpage? As a
>related question, who has been successful at using cygwin for their
>compiling needs with the cvs? Do you have any hints or tutorial pages
>that might help me here? Are there any quick fix packets that I can
>download to add the basic unix apps to it with minimal fuss? Blah
>blah blah. I'll await your responses.
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