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- Download the latest mingw, gsl, and gtk bundles from http://inkscape.modevia.com/win32libs/?C=M;O=D - Also download Boost from SourceForge and unpack it in a directory of your choice (you specify it's path later on) - Obtain, compile and install Inkscape svn following these instructions http://inkscape.org/win32/win32buildnotes.html - unpackage the gsl bundle into the directory with the gtk bundle - download cmake; install at C:\cmake - check the directories in mingwenv.bat. Are they set correctly for you? (ignore RAGEL_BIN) - make a build directory - open cmd.exe - mingwenv.bat - cmake -G "MinGW Makefiles" c:\path\to\2geom (be sure you have a CAPITAL '-G' there!) - cmake -i (especially mind to set the install dir to where you want it installed (probably the gtk folder, e.g. c:/gtk210)) - make - copy the resulting *.exe files into the inkscape install directory If you want to be able to compile the ragel defined svg-parser aswell, you must download ragel from http://www.cs.queensu.ca/~thurston/ragel/ Unpack the windows binary package into a dir of your own choice. Check whether ragel's dir is set correctly in mingwenv.bat (RAGEL_BIN). Make sure you have ragel.exe and rlcodegen.exe in the dir you specify. If your package does not contain rlcodegen.exe you can copy rlgen-cd.exe and rename it to rlcodegen.exe :-) TROUBLESHOOTING If things don't work out, here is a list of things you can try. 1. Type 'make --version'. It should display: E:\inkscapelpe>make --version GNU Make 3.80 Copyright (C) 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc. Or something very similar. If it does not, probably windows finds a different make (Borland's or another?). Type 'set path=', then start again with mingwenv.bat etc...