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How to build OpenBabel in MS Visual Studio
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A precompiled version of OpenBabel for Windows is available,
with a GUI and a command line interface. Using this is easier than
compiling, which is necessary only if you wish to change the code.
 
Project files for a Windows build are available in the 
openbabel/windows folder for Visual C++ 6, and Visual C++ 8 (Visual Studio 2005).
See the ReadMe.txt file in that folder.

If you wish to compile under the CygWin environment, you should read the
generic UNIX-style compile and installation instructions in the INSTALL file.
Currently, there are slight differences in the libraries produced by CygWin
and Visual C++ build environments.

If you have build files or advice on compiling OpenBabel with any
other Windows compiler, we would be pleased if you could share the
experience.