Compiling on Windows 2000 with MSVC++ fails for a
couple of reasons. With some help from Michael Hudson
I managed to get these straightened out, so I figured
I'd submit the necessary changes here.
The first two changes are psyco.h: one disable
HEAVY_MEM_CHECK on win32 since mman.h is not available
while the second substitutes __inline__ for GCCs
__inline on win32.
The last change involves replacing the use of the GC
macros in psyco.c with their equivalent functions. The
use of macros results in unresolved external reference
on Windows. If you feel that the macros are needed for
speed on non win32 platforms, I suppose that #ifdefs
could be used here, but I suspect that the leading
underscore on the macros indicates that they aren't
really supposed to be used directly.
Patch is attached.