Yes, I can do it tomorrow (european time).
The compiler is MingW-w64 (gcc 5.3?)
There was a
find.exe with windows. Before I hacked cmder to use unix style find, but I found
m2-findutils which probably means everything can be installed with conda.
Steps with conda:
- Download and install miniconda3 x64 (I recommend python3)
- Open anaconda prompt (or cmd if miniconda is found in PATH)
- Create conda environment
#optional step - creates "isolated" environment conda create -n cmdstan python=3.7 # activate env - this is needed everytime you # open commandline, unless you skip creating the conda env conda activate cmdstan conda install make m2w64-toolchain m2-findutils -c msys2
- cd to cmdstan folder and use
gnumakeas make. There is also
mingw32-makewhich came with the toolchain, it works too.
gnumake build -j4
If needed, edit
makefile and add
CPP=g++). These might be needed if msvc was installed on your computer, not sure if this is true.