I've installed CopperSpice on Fedora 34 using copperspice-1.7.2-fedora33-x64.tar.bz2 and tried the examples from your journal and all is fine.
I wanted to try CopperSpice also on Windows with MSYS MinGW.
Notice that I have easily installed Qt 4 there via pacman and it's ok. But when I looked at the binary here I was a bit confused.
Should I download the binary for arch or the setup MSVC?
First I tried cloning the source, but my machine was too slow and after a couple of hours of ninja I decided to interrupt it, sorry.
So I went back to binary and tried the MSVC release and the setup was apparently ok. But when I try an example, ninja shows strange errors about compiler settings not recognized... I wonder whether it is an installation issue and just in case any suggestions from you?
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[1/3] Building CXX object CMakeFiles/example_4.dir/main.cpp.obj FAILED: CMakeFiles/example_4.dir/main.cpp.obj C:\msys64\mingw64\bin\c++.exe -IC:/copperspice/example04/build -IC:/copperspice/example04 -isystem C:/copperspice/include -isystem C:/copperspice/include/QtCore -isystem C:/copperspice/include/QtGui -O3 -DNDEBUG /bigobj /DNOMINMAX -std=gnu++17 -MD -MT CMakeFiles/example_4.dir/main.cpp.obj -MF CMakeFiles\example_4.dir\main.cpp.obj.d -o CMakeFiles/example_4.dir/main.cpp.obj -c C:/copperspice/example04/main.cpp c++.exe: error: /bigobj: No such file or directory c++.exe: error: /DNOMINMAX: No such file or directory ninja: build stopped: subcommand failed.