For debbugging big programs, i have been told that one good solution is to use the mint application.
I'm trying to do so that is to say to use the mint application with windows. But, i encounter some difficulties.
The program on which i would like to apply the mint is composed of several parts like in the package Shapes and the different parts of the module are called thanks to the $include syntax.
To test mint, i have launched a command window with the command cmd in windows.
After, i apply cd PathRepertoryContainingMint
On i am located in this repertory, i test the following syntax :
mint -I PathRepertoryContainingTheDifferentFiles PathRepertoryContainingTheMainProgram\program.mpl
In my case these two paths are the same.
I test also the following syntax:
mint -o PathRepertoryContainingTheOuput\mintoutput.mpl PathRepertoryContainingTheMainProgram\program.mpl
It may run but i don't know where i can recover the output of mint
I have been told also to set the Windows PATH variable to include the Maple bin directory (thank you @Joe Riel for this tip). I think that it should be a good idea but I never do this type of manipulation.
On the net, I find that the process to do so is the following : setx path "%path%;c:\directoryPath"
1) If you have some experience in using mint with windows, may you give some tips (precise the right syntax) to use it ?
2) In case the option -o is not used, where the output of mint is coming ?
I thank you in advance for your help.