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  • I was successful! Simply installed from this link: Went to the main directory (which for me was "C:\Program Files (x86)\mingw-w64\i686-7.2.0-posix-dwarf-rt_v5-rev1\mingw32") - Copied "raylib.h" into t…
  • Ah, I see. I'm using the same MinGW that is provided with the Windows distribution of Raylib, but I guess it's not supported then? I was concerned I was just looking over something, but I guess not. I'll see if I can get MinGW-w64 to work. (;^_^)
  • Oh! That's it! Why didn't I think of doing this sooner! >.< You're right, I have multiple libraries in my environment vars, but the proper way to resolve this is to temporarily set the PATH variable to only the bin directory. This is what Not…
  • Ah, you're right! I was using the wrong g++. I went ahead a specifically called "C:\raylib\MinGW\bin\g++.exe" for the command. I think it did the trick (at least for that problem)! However, once again, it appears nothing will be easy. I'm now recei…
  • Thank you for your response! However, I am now receiving this error: C:/raylib/MinGW/lib/libraylib.a(textures.o):textures.c:(.text+0x581): undefined reference to `_assert' C:/raylib/MinGW/lib/libraylib.a(textures.o):textures.c:(.text+0x605): undefi…