Compiling Fox on windows (windows 10 and visual studio 2019 instructions)

Compiling Fox on windows (old instructions)

To compile Fox on windows, first you need to compile wxWidgets (ex-wxWindows), which is the most complex step. Then you compile Fox.

Note: although wxWidgets is a great project, they have had this nasty habit to change the organization of the compiled libraries naming, setup.h use, etc... So the instructions below will be correct for the given wxWidgets version (2.8.7), but probably not for others.

Note2: as a text/programming editor under windows, I recommand the free Crimson Editor.


Compiling wxWidgets

Compiling Fox

None: Compile/Windows (last edited 2021-01-04 14:35:07 by VincentFavreNicolin)