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From Ashish Ranjan <ashishw...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: compiling JCHEVM with MSVC
Date Mon, 21 Nov 2005 05:03:21 GMT
if you want to build native executables with gcc on ms-windows platform, i
will suggest to use MINGW (which is a gcc port to windows) and MSYS (which
is a gnuish environment for your build, so that your makefiles and automake
etc. will run). Hence goto www.mingw.org <http://www.mingw.org> and
download- mingw, msys, msys-DTK
and install it on MS-Windows and then give it a try. It will be easier to
try with/work with/port with/maintain with.
Just note that it is different from cygwin, which is an emulation layer.
bye :-)
Ashish Ranjan

On 11/20/05, Archie Cobbs <archie@dellroad.org> wrote:
> Enrico Migliore wrote:
> > I'm compiling JCHEVM with MSVC.
> Hi Enrico,
> Unfortunately JCHEVM requires the GCC compiler right now.
> It would take some nontrivial work to port it to MSVC.
> Can you get access to a Linux or FreeBSD machine?
> In any case, this error:
> D:\projects\harmony-jcvm\jcvm\libjc\jc_invoke.c(81) : error C2059: syntax
> error : '['
> I believe is not a GCC-specific issue... that syntax is a C99
> extension to standard C (I believe).. for example:
> http://docs.sun.com/source/819-0494/c99.app.html#pgfId-1004206
> Cheers,
> -Archie
> __________________________________________________________________________
> Archie Cobbs * CTO, Awarix * http://www.awarix.com

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