The Chipmunk tools require an ANSI c compiler (typically GCC) and X11 (R4, R5, or R6). Monochrome, 8-bit, 16-bit, and 24-bit per pixel color displays are supported; however, 16-bit and 24-bit color modes have only been tested on PC platforms (X11 under Linux and OS/2). An HTML browser (like Mosaic or Lynx or Netscape) is also necessary to access the Chipmunk documentation.
These are the currently supported platforms for the source distribution, with details of platform-specific requirements:
Binary distributions have been built by third-parties for the following architectures. Contact the authors for additional information.
Three binary versions of analog are current available.
Martin Johnson, of Massey University Albany (Auckland, New Zealand) has recently completed an analog/log/loged port that runs under both Win95 and DOS. It uses djgpp and grx20. A binary version of this port is available for FTP download and HTTP download. Contact Martin Johnson directly at M.J.Johnson@massey.ac.nz for more information.
Luigi Rizzo's group at the Universita' di Pisa, Italy, has created an analog port that works under MS-DOS only. Compiled with djgpp, it uses xlibemu and fvwm to provide an interface similar to a virtual window manager under X with Motif-like widgets. See this web page for a download link.
This webpage, written in German, describes a Windows port that is known to work well under Windows 2000. Thanks to Michael Miller for passing this along.
Absent from this list are the following popular platforms.
Feel free to contact me if you are interested in starting or helping a porting project. I'd be happy to offer advice and assistance, and to integrate your completed port into the next distribution.