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    RE: how to install DotGNU
    heres a quick, dirty, but fast tutorial... to install just download setup and make sure you select all packages ...everything because thats the minimal to get a complete unix system on windows ;) theres a bit of hacking involved: Treecc requires want alteration in style of ./configure ... just use ./configure --disable-cygwin with it so you can use it without cygwin natively with mingw32 support hacks are needed once you have compiled treecc... take a look in the pnet source dir pnet/codegen open up the Makefile for pnet/codegen and on line 414 where it states $(STAMP): $(TREECC_INPUTS) $(TREECC) $(srcdir)/cg_all.tc && touch $@ change that second line to this: $(TREECC) -s c://usr/local/share/treecc $(srcdir)/cg_all.tc && touch $@ now you have to do this 2 more times with 3 other Makefiles heres the list: pnet/cscc/c/Makefile Lines around 380 pnet/cscc/csharp/Makefile Lines around 377 if you get an error from Make saying missing skeleton file, well just add this near the treecc execution -s c://usr/local/share/treecc which is pretty much the same thing we did before, but this is it in a nutshell ;) Now you are ready to ./configure --disable-cygwin on pnet ...if you have problems well... post them on the www.dotgnu.org Mailing List the volunteers will help you out with any problems, they love to see new heads. Make sure you read this thoroughly! This information about the cvs servers isn't up on dotgnu.info, it should be pretty soon because they're going through elections as of 10/19/02... To start: 1. type 'cvs -d:pserver:anoncvs@subversions.gnu.org:/cvsroot/dotgnu login' 2. password is nothing just press enter 3. type 'cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anoncvs@subversions.gnu.org:/cvsroot/dotgnu-pnet co .' 4. this will give you everything you ever wanted from dotGNU project The tree structure looks like this: . |-- cscctest -// this contains regression tests for the compiler CSCC | // supports tests for both C# and java, but no java | // language support yet |-- pnet ---- // this contains all the sourcecode for the CSCC | | // compiler | |-- samples // good to get you started, documented well | |-- support // some more docs | |-- tests // has a bunch of sample code for threading,etc. | `-- tools // ?? | |-- pnetC // This is all the sourcecode for the backend in C | |-- doc // IF you surf through here you'll find out how to port | | // all your C code into IL , which is pretty cool =) | | | |-- include // what do ya know, your headers | | | |-- libc // all the standard libs for the compiler | | |-- CVS | | |-- malloc | | |-- misc | | |-- stdio | | |-- string | | `-- unistd | |-- libm | `-- samples |-- pnetlib // this is your best resource for hacking the pnet | |-- I18N | | |-- CJK | | | `-- CVS | | |-- CVS | | |-- Common | | | `-- CVS | | |-- MidEast | | | `-- CVS | | |-- Other | | | `-- CVS | | |-- Rare | | | `-- CVS | | |-- West | | | `-- CVS | | `-- tools | | `-- CVS | |-- System | | |-- CVS | | |-- Collections | | | `-- Specialized | | |-- ComponentModel | | `-- Net | | `-- Sockets | |-- System.Xml | | |-- CVS | | `-- XPath | | `-- CVS | |-- csunit | |-- doc | |-- profiles | |-- resources | | `-- en_US | | |-- I18N | | | `-- CVS | | |-- System | | | `-- CVS | | |-- System.Xml | | | `-- CVS | | `-- runtime | | `-- CVS | |-- runtime | | |-- Platform | | `-- System // all the csharp files to make you happy | | |-- Collections // if you want you should add to it | | |-- Configuration | | | `-- Assemblies | | |-- Diagnostics | | |-- Globalization | | |-- IO | | |-- Private | | |-- Reflection | | | `-- Emit | | |-- Resources | | |-- Runtime | | | |-- CompilerServices | | | | `-- CSharp | | | | | | | |-- InteropServices | | | | `-- CVS | | | |-- Remoting | | | | `-- Messaging | | | `-- Serialization | | |-- Security | | | |-- Cryptography | | | | `-- X509Certificates | | | |-- Permissions | | | `-- Policy | | |-- Text | | `-- Threading | |-- tests | | |-- System | | | `-- Net | | |-- System.Xml | | `-- runtime | | |-- CVS | | `-- System | | |-- CVS | | |-- Collections | | | `-- CVS | | `-- Text | | `-- CVS | `-- tools | `-- CVS `-- treecc // this is neat, its compiler for building | // compilers....good if you want to port your | // your own language | |-- doc |-- etc |-- examples `-- tests Now we have the files on our local system we first should build treecc. Why do you ask, well the whole point of this IL, CLR, and etc. is that fact we can work cross-language and cross-platform, but to do that we need a compiler on our platform to compile our compiler ;) So... 1. cd treecc && ./auto_gen.sh 2. ./configure (--disable-cygwin) if you want to use this outside of cygwin, which could mean you want to use Visual Studio.net to use it( I think it can be done, but i can't afford a copy ;P ) --prefix=/where/you want it else default is /usr/local/... 3. make 4. sudo make install or su -c 'make install' or i think its just make install on cygwin 5. now you're set with a working compiler compiler Next... We need to build the pnet, portable.net compiler 'cscc' 1. cd ../cscc 2. ./auto_gen.sh && ./configure 3. make && sudo make install ( or other means of 'make install' ) 4. You got your compiler , test it out on some samples That's it for now, i'd suggest checking out the docs before asking questions and then check out the mailing lists... at the bottom left corner of the www.dotgnu.info site. Good Luck =) Questions,comments, suggestions, and if this isn't working and you know something up here is wrong, lemme know so i can fix it.
    Link to this post 18 Sep 09

    heres a quick, dirty, but fast tutorial...
    to install just download setup and make sure you select all packages ...everything because thats the minimal to get a complete unix system on windows ;)
    theres a bit of hacking involved:
    Treecc requires want alteration in style of ./configure
    ...
    just use ./configure --disable-cygwin
    with it so you can use it without cygwin natively with mingw32 support

    hacks are needed once you have compiled treecc...
    take a look in the pnet source dir
    pnet/codegen
    open up the Makefile for pnet/codegen and on line 414 where it states
    $(STAMP): $(TREECC_INPUTS)
    $(TREECC) $(srcdir)/cg_all.tc && touch $@
    change that second line to this:
    $(TREECC) -s c:/<yourcygwindir>/usr/local/share/treecc $(srcdir)/cg_all.tc && touch $@

    now you have to do this 2 more times with 3 other Makefiles
    heres the list:
    pnet/cscc/c/Makefile Lines around 380
    pnet/cscc/csharp/Makefile Lines around 377

    if you get an error from Make saying missing skeleton file, well just add this near the treecc execution
    -s c:/<yourcygwindir>/usr/local/share/treecc

    which is pretty much the same thing we did before, but this is it in a nutshell ;)


    Now you are ready to ./configure --disable-cygwin
    on pnet

    ...if you have problems well...
    post them on the www.dotgnu.org Mailing List
    the volunteers will help you out with any problems, they love to see new heads.

    Make sure you read this thoroughly!

    This information about the cvs servers isn't up on dotgnu.info, it should be pretty soon because they're going through elections as of 10/19/02...

    To start:
    1. type 'cvs -d:pserver:anoncvs@subversions.gnu.org:/cvsroot/dotgnu login'
    2. password is nothing just press enter
    3. type 'cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anoncvs@subversions.gnu.org:/cvsroot/dotgnu-pnet co .'
    4. this will give you everything you ever wanted from dotGNU project
    The tree structure looks like this:

    .
    |-- cscctest -// this contains regression tests for the compiler CSCC
    | // supports tests for both C# and java, but no java
    | // language support yet
    |-- pnet ---- // this contains all the sourcecode for the CSCC
    | | // compiler
    | |-- samples // good to get you started, documented well
    | |-- support // some more docs
    | |-- tests // has a bunch of sample code for threading,etc.
    | `-- tools // ??
    |
    |-- pnetC // This is all the sourcecode for the backend in C
    | |-- doc // IF you surf through here you'll find out how to port
    | | // all your C code into IL , which is pretty cool =)
    | |
    | |-- include // what do ya know, your headers
    | |
    | |-- libc // all the standard libs for the compiler
    | | |-- CVS
    | | |-- malloc
    | | |-- misc
    | | |-- stdio
    | | |-- string
    | | `-- unistd
    | |-- libm
    | `-- samples
    |-- pnetlib // this is your best resource for hacking the pnet
    | |-- I18N
    | | |-- CJK
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | |-- CVS
    | | |-- Common
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | |-- MidEast
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | |-- Other
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | |-- Rare
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | |-- West
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | `-- tools
    | | `-- CVS
    | |-- System
    | | |-- CVS
    | | |-- Collections
    | | | `-- Specialized
    | | |-- ComponentModel
    | | `-- Net
    | | `-- Sockets
    | |-- System.Xml
    | | |-- CVS
    | | `-- XPath
    | | `-- CVS
    | |-- csunit
    | |-- doc
    | |-- profiles
    | |-- resources
    | | `-- en_US
    | | |-- I18N
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | |-- System
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | |-- System.Xml
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | `-- runtime
    | | `-- CVS
    | |-- runtime
    | | |-- Platform
    | | `-- System // all the csharp files to make you happy
    | | |-- Collections // if you want you should add to it
    | | |-- Configuration
    | | | `-- Assemblies
    | | |-- Diagnostics
    | | |-- Globalization
    | | |-- IO
    | | |-- Private
    | | |-- Reflection
    | | | `-- Emit
    | | |-- Resources
    | | |-- Runtime
    | | | |-- CompilerServices
    | | | | `-- CSharp
    | | | |
    | | | |-- InteropServices
    | | | | `-- CVS
    | | | |-- Remoting
    | | | | `-- Messaging
    | | | `-- Serialization
    | | |-- Security
    | | | |-- Cryptography
    | | | | `-- X509Certificates
    | | | |-- Permissions
    | | | `-- Policy
    | | |-- Text
    | | `-- Threading
    | |-- tests
    | | |-- System
    | | | `-- Net
    | | |-- System.Xml
    | | `-- runtime
    | | |-- CVS
    | | `-- System
    | | |-- CVS
    | | |-- Collections
    | | | `-- CVS
    | | `-- Text
    | | `-- CVS
    | `-- tools
    | `-- CVS
    `-- treecc // this is neat, its compiler for building
    | // compilers....good if you want to port your
    | // your own language
    |
    |-- doc
    |-- etc
    |-- examples
    `-- tests

    Now we have the files on our local system
    we first should build treecc.
    Why do you ask, well the whole point of this IL, CLR, and etc.
    is that fact we can work cross-language and cross-platform, but to
    do that we need a compiler on our platform to compile our compiler ;)

    So...
    1. cd treecc && ./auto_gen.sh
    2. ./configure (--disable-cygwin) if you want to use this outside of cygwin, which could mean you want to use Visual Studio.net to use it( I think it can be done, but i can't afford a copy ;P ) --prefix=/where/you want it else default is /usr/local/...
    3. make
    4. sudo make install or su -c 'make install' or i think its just make install on cygwin
    5. now you're set with a working compiler compiler

    Next...
    We need to build the pnet, portable.net compiler 'cscc'
    1. cd ../cscc
    2. ./auto_gen.sh && ./configure
    3. make && sudo make install ( or other means of 'make install' )
    4. You got your compiler , test it out on some samples

    That's it for now, i'd suggest checking out the docs before asking questions and then check out the mailing lists... at the bottom left corner of the www.dotgnu.info site. Good Luck =) Questions,comments, suggestions, and if this isn't working and you know something up here is wrong, lemme know so i can fix it.

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