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~ building potion ~ Normally, $ make To build with debugging symbols, $ make DEBUG=1 To build with the JIT off, $ make JIT=0 Lastly, to verify your build, $ make test ~ the latest potion ~ To build the bleeding edge, you will need make, binutils and gcc. Also, Ragel 6.2 or greater has to be around. <http://www.complang.org/ragel/> $ git clone git://github.com/why/potion.git $ cd potion $ make (NOTE: There appear to be some bugs using Ragel under 64-bit, though. The UTF-8 tests fail. Try building the grammar on a 32-bit and copy over pn-scan.c into core/.) ~ installing ~ Since Potion is only a single binary right now and there's no additional libs, I haven't written an installation step yet. ~ building on windows ~ Potion's win32 binaries are built using MinGW. <http://mingw.org/> It's a bit hard to setup mingw and make on Windows. I usually run a shell under Cygwin and add MinGW to my $PATH. Once that's all done, $ make The easiest way to do this, actually, is on Linux. On Ubuntu, if you have MinGW installed, $ make CC=i586-mingw32msvc-gcc You may then rename `potion` to `potion.exe` and donate that binary to the needy.