./configure --prefix=/opt/jacl --with-jdk=/c/j2sdk1.4.2The invocation above assumes that your JDK install is located in C:/j2sdk1.4.2, the /c/j2sdk1.4.2 path is an unix style path alias used by msys.Then do
make make test (running test cases is optional) make installRunning the make install target will install two startup script. The first is called jaclsh, it can be used to launch Jacl from a msys shell. The second is called jaclsh.bat, it can be used to launch Jacl from a Windows cmd prompt or from the Windows explorer.and it's done. That's it. Have fun.
$ /opt/jacl/bin/jaclsh % package require java 1.3.3 % exit From the Windows Explorer, double click on jaclsh.bat in C:/msys/opt/jacl/bin % package require java 1.3.3 % exit
CB - 19-Sept 2003Thanks, the above was very helpful. I've wanted to start playing with JACL but had been wary of the build process on Windows. This really helped me get going.CB Here are some notes on Building TclBlend with msys_mingw
See also jacl, mingw