This post is directly related to:
so maybe it’s against the rules to ping it here, but I’m afraid it might get buried if I don’t make a new post:
The above post describes my (as-yet unsuccessful) attempts at setting up an environment on my Windows 10 machine to build haxe from OCaml sources.
Here, all I would like to know is:
Is there anyone who actually HAS a working setup to build haxe from sources, on Windows?
If so, how did you achieve this?
I will keep on trying, but I’d rather start working on my actual target and thereby actually contributing to haxe, than spend many more weeks on just getting haxe to finally compile…
Bad analogy: I feel like I’m having to build a factory, just to create some pots and pans, when what I actually want to do is cook a meal… (as it were).
I badly want to contribute, because I love haxe, and haxe’s ultimate strength lies - in my humble opinion - in having as many strong output targets of high quality as possible.