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'