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I really need help configuring and installing GCC. I think it is mainly intended for unix/linux users and other "non-microsoft" os''s which makes it very clunky for PC users who''s entire experience involves windows and ms-dos - ie, ME! If you can point me to any docs/tutorials I''d be very grateful, or if you have the knowledge I''m looking for, post here and I''ll post more specific questions. I just want to build the ODE physics library. Regards Matt

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http://gcc.gnu.org/install/
http://gcc.gnu.org/install/specific.html#windows
http://www.cygwin.com/

What''s this ODE library you speak of?

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Do yourself a favour and use MinGW, (I''ve still been unable to get any version of "regular" GCC working on my windows machine). The latest version of MinGW uses GCC 3.2, so you won''t be missing anything.

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Thanks everyone! Brobanx - I''ll try MinGW.

Anon- My first port of call was the release docs - they ship fully with the 33Mb download but the seemed extremely alien and I''m no novice, so I take it they are assuming a base knowledge I simply don''t have.

The ODE (Open Dynamics Engine) can be found at www.q12.org.

Thanks for not damning me for my ignorance- I''m a slave to all things Microsoft

Cheers

Matt

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