As an initial step, I brought all the source into my Visual Studio project and it won't compile because it's looking for a config.h file (which I don't have). I assume that's generated by the scripts that are mentioned for install. I don't have the environment to run the necessary scripts etc. under Windows and I don't really want to install a myriad of parsers and packages to get this source to compile. The source code seems generic enough but the usage of scripts to build it properly is very linux-specific.

Could someone tell me what needs to be in the config.h file and I can simply write one for windows?... or is it huge?


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