Based on the instructions on the site, it looks like the next steps are to build pil on Linux, and then run the linux binary on Windows through flinux.
I have not tried pil in WSL yet (my only Windows text machine is Win7), and I don't think that's a solution for my specific problem (to have a simple environment for an end user with no technical experience) but I have had some luck building pil with mingw/msys which provide a POSIX compatibility layer on top of Windows. I have not (yet) managed to get anything 100% working, but I'm optimistic. Currently if I build with msys2, I can get an executable which I believe passed the tests, but requires msys2.dll to be in the library path (which includes the executable directory of course) but I believe that if you build with mingw without msys, it builds against msvcrt directly, and links in the compatibility layer. This is what I haven't managed yet. As I said though, I'm optimistic, and it's something I need for my project. Philipp Geyer/Nistur -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Unsubscribe