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Setting up the environment isn't really that hard, it is a simple as downloading, extracting and placing in the directory of your choice and then setting up the environment variables properly. This guide is targeted for users on Windows 7 32-bit / 64-bit editions of Windows. If you have XP or Vista, the steps might be a little different.

Steps

  1. Download latest NASM stable release here _Make sure to download the zip archive under win32.
  2. Download latest stable release of MinGW here
  3. MinGW will be an executable installer so follow the instructions and install like you would normally do. For NASM extract the archive to a directory of your choice. Remember both the directory of both NASM and MinGW because it is important for the next steps.
  4. Go to: start.PNG
  5. Then Right Click On Computer And Click Properties: computer.PNG
  6. Then a new Window should appear click on the Advanced Settings link: advancedsettings.png
  7. Then a dialog should appear and click on Environment Variables: environmentvariables.png
  8. Then another dialog should appear look for the %PATH% environment variable: path.png
  9. Finally click on Edit to Edit the environment variable and added both paths of the bin folder of both NASM and MinGW. Separate each path using semi-colon as the delimiter. edit.png

Testing If Setup Was Correct

Open your favorite command-line shell (whether it is Command Prompt, Command, PowerShell, Bash (Wait this isn't Linux), Terminal (Wait this isn't Mac OS X). Then type gcc -v and you should see the version of gcc. If the shell cannot find the external command either the setup was incorrect or you need to restart the command-line shell. If restarting doesn't solve the problem. Post the issue in the discussions tab.

Last edited Jun 28, 2012 at 11:04 PM by stack_and_heap, version 3

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