On Sunday, 11 March 2018 at 17:15:28 UTC, Seb wrote:
I assume you are using Windows?

Yes, I'm the typical lazy convenient Windows user scared of the terminal window.

Setup on Posix is really simple.
git clone all three repos + run make.

I am happy for Posix users. Theoretically the process is the same on Windows.

There's also a bash script to automate this:


This will need Linux subsystem as a Windows feature installed. Bash scripts do not work on Windows. Or other third party applications that are not listed as prerequisites on wiki.

From what I heard it's a bit tricky on Windows. I only tried with wine and that worked out-of-the-box for me. Execute the DMD installer, set PATH, DM_HOME and HOST_DC and then run the win32 makefiles work fine.

make -fwin32.mak release
Error: don't know how to make 'release'

Ok, let's skip this, make it without "release".

Now test it:

cd test
make all -j8
Command error: undefined switch '-j8'

What could be done from your perspective to make the setup easier?

From my perspective I would like to have an working setup, not necessary easier. But if interested, to contribute to C# compiler, you just need to open roslyn.sln in Visual Studio, make your modification, run the test suite, commit, you're done.

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