Install it with default settings (I tend to use option 3 so unix commands are available in other shell)
Git Bash command line:
C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cmd.exe /c ""C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin\sh.exe" --login -i"
Just use Chocolatey to install it:
choco install git
When you try to update it with Chocolatey, you might get an error saying
Setup cannot continue until you close at least those applications in the list that are marked as "closing is required".Stop
ssh.exeand try it again:
Get-Process ssh.exe | Stop-Process
You can download binary GSL from oscats projects. Make sure you get the correct architecture. (Usually 64bit)
Add the path to bin directory of your GSL installation to your PATH Environmental variable:
setx -m PATH "$env:path;C:\lib64\gsl\bin"
Add an environmental variable LIB_GSL with the path to your GSL installation:
setx -m LIB_GSL "C:/lib64/gsl"
You need to run above commands in administrator mode in CMD.
Windows SDK C/C++¶
MinGW with OpenMP support¶
MinGW doesn’t come with openmp by default so if it’s not included in the Anaconda version you’ll probably have to find the correct installer from the MinGW site and install it.
The cython wiki Does not recommend using MinGW for the 64bit compiler.
TDM-GCC is a compiler suite for Windows.
It combines the most recent stable release of the GCC toolset with the free and open-source MinGW or MinGW-w64 runtime APIs to create a LIBRE alternative to Microsoft’s compiler and platform SDK
openmp support must be manually added during installation. Expand
Components - gcc and check