When you click the download link of SourceForge, you might be asked which mirror site you want to download from.
The package is tar+gzipped. Unzip and untar it, then configure+make. See INSTALL in the top directory for detail instructions.
% gzcat Gauche-0.9.5.tgz | tar xf - % cd Gauche-0.9.5 % ./configure % make % make install
`make check' runs some self tests.
If you have installed a previous version of Gauche, "gauche-config --reconfigure" shows the configure command line you have used for the version. You can use it as is if you want to update Gauche with the same configuration option.
% gauche-config --reconfigure | sh % make % make install
Once you succeed, you'll find an interpreter named "gosh" under src. In order to try the interpreter without installing it, go down to "src" and run gosh with -ftest option.
% cd src % ./gosh -ftest gosh> (sqrt -5) 0+2.23607i gosh> (map (lambda (n) (rxmatch-substring (rxmatch #/(\d+)\D+(\d+)\D+(\d+)/ "(123)456-7890") n)) '(1 2 3)) '("123" "456" "7890")
Windows Binary Installer
This is an installer of pre-compiled MinGW version Gauche on Windows. Gauche-gl is also included. There are some differences in supported system functions on Windows; see the reference manual for the details.
After installation, you will find some example scripts in c:\Program Files\Gauche\examples\ (if you installed to the default location).
It is such a pain to use REPL on Windows Console, so we strongly recommend you to run gosh on Emacsen (See WindowsConsole for more information).
The source tree of Gauche is managed in a Git repository at github.com. You can obtain the bleeding edge version by the following command:
git clone git://github.com/shirok/Gauche.gitAlternatively, you can browse the source tree on your browser.
To compile from the Git snapshot, check out the HACKING file in the top directory.