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    3030; Platforms supported: '''TODO: Integrate this with the previous item'''.  Bigloo may not provide the binary you want for your platform.  For instance, Cygwin and MinGW / MSYS.  In that case you'll have to build Bigloo from source.  Back in the day, that required a small amount of black magic due to compiler flag quoting or some such.  I think the answer was to double the number of slashes specified or something.  I don't know if it's a problem anymore, if anyone fixed that wart.  There's stuff in their mailing list archives about it in any event.
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    32 ; Build system: Bigloo's build is based on GNU Autoconf.  The Visual Studio build of Bigloo is not in their source pool, and judging by the past 2 years of observation, never will be.  It is maintained by Yannis Bres, who does good work, but that work lags the main Bigloo releases.  In contrast, Chicken's build is based on [[http://www.cmake.org|CMake]].   It runs on many platforms with 1 build, including Visual Studio, MinGW / MSYS, Cygwin, Linux, and Mac OSX.  The build is in the source pool, is publically available / fixable, and is always up to date with current Chicken releases on all platforms.
     32; Build system: Bigloo's build is based on GNU Autoconf.  The Visual Studio build of Bigloo is not in their source pool, and judging by the past 2 years of observation, never will be.  It is maintained by Yannis Bres, who does good work, but that work lags the main Bigloo releases.  Chicken runs on many platforms with 1 build, including Visual Studio, MinGW / MSYS, Cygwin, Linux, and Mac OSX.  The build is in the source pool, is publically available / fixable, and is always up to date with current Chicken releases on all platforms.
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    3434== Miscellaneous
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