I'd say maybe the easiest way is to do it under linux, because that's what I am doing, and if the distribution is not too dumb it makes getting the dependancies very easy !
Otherwise it's not too hard to do with mingw, you just need to get the dependancies yourself, but it's documented on the download page there l:
Oops broken link, I'll fix it later.
Well meanwhile you still have the logiqx notes there : http://www.logiqx.co...wTo/RAINE32.php
Anyway from memory you need : (everything can be found by using google) :
and it's harder for sdl-sound because if you want to be able to play mp3s containing id3 tags, you need to get the latest mercury version instead of the official latest version, but you can start by using the official version 1st anyway.
By the way this mercury version uses libmpg123 for decoding mp3s, so you need this too, search for mpg123 (easier to find in linux, it's included in every dsitribution, but it can be compiled in windows too).
Good luck ! (it's long, but it's not too hard, and the reason why I don't make a big package containing everything is because it would have to be maintained when there are updates and it would be quite boring).
Also you can compile without the console (edit the makefile, find the place where it talks about HAS_CONSOLE and comment it, there are comments explaining this, it's at the topof the makefile). In this case you don't need muparser.
Edited by Tux, 06 August 2015 - 05:55 PM.