Ken Jackson wrote:
> Ideally, you should install the Cygwin <http://cygwin.com/>
> environment under Windows.
> But if that is more than you want, you can get individual
> unix-like utlities for Windows at
> <http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/>. Put them in a directory on
> your path.
> In either case, you can uncompress it with the command:
> gzip -d FILENAME.tar.gz
> You can extract all the files with:
> tar xf FILENAME.tar
> If it works right (not sure with gnuwin32), you can do it all in
> one step with:
> tar xfz FILENAME.tar.gz
For the compilation of the ucsim simulators family you definitely need CygWin. Ucsim must be compiled as a cygwin application in order to make it work.
I'm currently working on ucsim native WIN32 (mingw) port, but I'm not there yet: currently ucsim compiles on mingw, but it doesn't run.