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Re: pspp build on windows

From: ftr
Subject: Re: pspp build on windows
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2015 19:17:40 +0100
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I neither understand the question nor the answer.

Why would you like to build PSPP on windows on your own when a simple googling of "PSPP Window"" provides you with
a build dated 10th february 2015 ?

"it's possible that no one on this list actually compiles PSPP on Windows."
Really ? Did you read the list ?

And why it is said to be difficult to use PSPP on windows ? Did you use it on windows ? What is the difficulty ?
- ftr

On 20/02/2015 19:01, Alan Mead wrote:

Hopefully you'll get an answer.  I'd actually like to hear about it.

But you know that there is a Windows binary, right ( I believe it is cross-compiled (i.e., it's compiled for windows on Linux), and if so it's possible that no one on this list actually compiles PSPP on Windows.  At one point, GSL (which is a library required by PSPP) was said to be difficult to use on Windows.


On 2/20/2015 9:36 AM, Ali F wrote:
I'm using pspp and I needed to know how can I build pspp sources on windows and for windows. I couldn't find any way to do that on windows.
Could you help me please?
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