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compiling_on_windows [2019/01/16 07:50]
nerrons Fixed order of instructions in the 2nd option
compiling_on_windows [2019/11/19 08:01] (current)
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   * Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition or the Visual Studio 2017 Build Tools.   * Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition or the Visual Studio 2017 Build Tools.
     * (Visual Studio 2015 may work, but will likely stop working once we start using C++ features that are not implemented by VS2015).     * (Visual Studio 2015 may work, but will likely stop working once we start using C++ features that are not implemented by VS2015).
-  * [[http://​python.org/​download/​|Python]] 2.7.x or 3.x. Ensure Python is on your system PATH (there is an option in the installer to do this).+  * [[http://​python.org/​download/​|Python]] 2.7.x. Ensure Python is on your system PATH (there is an option in the installer to do this). Don't use Python 3.x as [[https://​github.com/​SCons/​scons/​wiki/​FrequentlyAskedQuestions#​what-version-of-python-do-i-need|Scons is not compatible with it]].
   * [[http://​scons.org/​pages/​download.html|SCONS]] (download the latest version).   * [[http://​scons.org/​pages/​download.html|SCONS]] (download the latest version).
   * A Git client like [[https://​git-scm.com/​download/​win|Git for Windows]], [[https://​code.google.com/​p/​tortoisegit/​|TortoiseGit]] or the [[http://​github-windows.s3.amazonaws.com/​GitHubSetup.exe|github windows client]] (featuring a unix like command line)   * A Git client like [[https://​git-scm.com/​download/​win|Git for Windows]], [[https://​code.google.com/​p/​tortoisegit/​|TortoiseGit]] or the [[http://​github-windows.s3.amazonaws.com/​GitHubSetup.exe|github windows client]] (featuring a unix like command line)
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