Compiler installation: For Windows, the gcc/gfortran compiler is found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/. The Fortran compiler and the MinGW development toolkit must be installed. SEISAN can be compiled using the GW shell where the path to compilers is known. If you want to compile outside the GW shell (in the DOS window) in the same way as under Linux/Unix, the compilers must be defined outside the shell by adding c:\mingw\bin and c:\mingw\msys\1.0\bin to the path (assuming MinGW installation under c:\mingw). Make sure path to SEISAN COM and PRO directoris come before path to MinGW since MinGW has some commands identical to SEISAN like pr and test. Putting in the path to MinGW also has the advantage of getting Linux commands in the DOS window like ls, tar, grep etc.
For the Windows platform, a graphics library and an include file is used from the DISLIN software (new from version 9.0). Files dislin.h and dismg.a are located in INC and LIB, respectively. See http://www.dislin.de/ for more information.
Compilers used for SEISAN:
Windows: Gfortran under MinGW
The GUI Seisan Explorer can be compiled on Windows. SEISAN must be fully installed on the computer before Seisan Explorer can be compiled. To compile Seisan Explorer on a Windows system, the Qt 5 framework is needed. This can be downloaded from https://www.qt.io/developers. The qmake program is a part of the Qt framework. You need qmake in your path. Alternatively, you can specify full path to qmake.
Building Seisan Explorer:
1: Move into the directory containing the SE source code.
2: Copy the SEISAN library seisan.a from LIB to the windows subfolder.
3: Run qmake se.pro to build the makefile.
4: Run make to build the executable named se.
5: Copy the files se to the PRO folder.
6. Create a shortcut to 'se.exe' on your desktop if needed.
Step 3 and 4 is not needed if Qt Creator is used.