[M3devel] Starting out with CM3

Jay K jay.krell at cornell.edu
Sun Jun 1 12:20:49 CEST 2014

 > MinGW
 I got this working years ago, but it isn't in active use. 
 Things are structured now such that bit-rot is fairly slow, so it could still work.

 Someone besides me should document the cross/bootstrap steps,
  that granted, I advocate and use:
  First you will want a working install on any system.   
  Then you will:  
   cd scripts/python  
   boot1.py I386_MINGW  
   if this works, you'll have a .tar.gz or .zip there. 
   Extract it on target system, cd into it, make. 
  That gives you cm3. Make sure it runs and prints "can't find config" or similar.
   Put it somewhere, on $PATH, e.g. /cm3/bin, and then boot2.sh.
You could try these old builds:

 There is also I386_CYGWIN. And I386_INTERIX which is noticeably faster due to fast fork.
NT386GNU and NT386MINGNU are old names for I386_CYGWIN and I386_MINGW.

 - Jay

> Date: Sat, 31 May 2014 22:34:47 +0800
> From: bruce.axtens at gmail.com
> To: m3devel at elegosoft.com
> Subject: Re: [M3devel] Starting out with CM3
> Oh and while I'm at it, seeing as I have a recent MinGW here, how do I 
> build for MinGW?
> Bruce.
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