- Get Oxygene. The command line compiler is free, or there's a trial of the full Visual Studio integrated version. Download at RemObjects.com/trials#oxygene.
- Clone the Train repository:
git clone https://github.com/remobjects/train.git
git submodule update --initto get the "script" repository.
- Script\Source\RemObjects.Script\Properties\AssemblyInfo.pas has a [assembly: AssemblyKeyName('RemObjectsSoftware')], comment that out (or create & install a "RemObjectsSoftware" key).
Compiling with Visual Studio
Compile in Visual Studio by opening ..\RemObjects.Train.sln and building it. The resulting output files are in ..\Train\bin\Debug. The compiled binary is Train.exe
Compiling at the Command Line
msbuild RemObjects.Train.sln /p:Configuration=Release
(Note: if msbuild isn't in your path, it's probably located at C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\V4.0.30319\msbuild.exe)
Your resulting output files are in Train/bin/Release.