E Installing Cyclone
Cyclone currently only runs on 32-bit machines. It has been tested on
Linux, Windows 98/NT/2K/XP using the Cygwin environment, and on Mac OS
X. Other platforms might or might not work. Right now, there are a
few 32-bit dependencies in the compiler, so the system will probably
not work on a 64-bit machine without major changes.
To install and use Cyclone, you'll need to use the Gnu utilities,
including gcc (the Gnu C compiler) and Gnu-Make. For Windows, you
should first install the latest version of the
Cygwin utilities to do the build, and make
sure that the Cygwin bin directory is on your path. We use
some features of gcc extensively, so Cyclone definitely will not build
with another C compiler.
Cyclone is distributed as a compressed archive (a .tar.gz file).
Unpack the distribution into a directory; if you are installing
Cyclone on a Windows system, we suggest you choose
From here, follow the instructions in the INSTALL file included in the