Installation is quite simple. Obviously for easier access you'll have to put the binary's directory in your path or any environment variable used to search for binaries then. Since HuC relies on the Magic Kit, a compiler only produces assembler code, not directly bytecode. You must also define the environment variable pointing toward the directory in which the library files are present. This variable is called PCE_INCLUDE and can be set with:
set PCE_INCLUDE C:\huc\include\pce
under dos for example, or
PCE_INCLUDE /usr/local/huc/include/pce; export PCE_INCLUDE
under certain *nix shells and so on.
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To make HuC accessible from the command line, follow the steps below.
- Download HuC here.
- Extract the zip file to C:\HuC or wherever but this is where the images indicate.
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Places for info on how to set the environment variables with using VB scripting: