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Distel is compatible with Win32 (tested on 2000 and XP) with Cygwin,but the installation procedure is more laborious. These instructionsare sufficient but not necessarily optimal - if you know a better way,please send a note to the mailing list(email@example.com).Step 1: Some random windows hacker admonishes us: Install Erlang in a directory _without spaces_ in the path. The default location in "C:\Program Files" won't work. Having a path without spaces is necessary to use erlc from cygwin's bash. But to the rescue jacobg23! (http://code.google.com/u/jacobg23): You can use Windows short paths (e.g., c:\progra~1\ instead of c:\Program Files) - so edit your PATH environment variable so that the path to the erlang executables looks like c:\progra~1\erl5.5.4 (or whatever) instead. (Ditto for any config in your .emacs)Step 2: Edit your PATH environment variable via the System control panel: remove the quotes from the path to the Erlang installation.Step 3: Do a "make".Step 4: We must now update the ~/.erlang and ~/.emacs files to load Distel. However, Erlang and Emacs don't use the same algorithm to find the home directory: Emacs uses the %HOME% environment variable, and Erlang uses %HOMEDRIVE%\%HOMEPATH%. Both default to C:\ (as far as I know..) After figuring out or setting these paths, edit your .erlang to include (substitute real path): code:add_pathz("c:/jungerl/lib/distel/ebin"). And update your ~/.emacs to contain: (add-to-list 'load-path "c:/jungerl/lib/distel/elisp") (require 'distel) (distel-setup)Distel should now work correctly. If you have problems, please send anote to the mailing list.