06 Jul, 2012, treimor wrote in the 1st comment:
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So I've tried to search for ways to get NakedMUD to compile in Cygwin. It appears there used to be a wiki entry on how to set it up. Does anyone have a decent tutorial or a good place to start to get the python modules to link up? What all needs to be changed, and is it even possible?

Thanks in advance!
08 Jul, 2012, Tyche wrote in the 2nd comment:
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You need to have installed zlib and python in addition to the usual programming utilities, make, binutils, and gcc.
The instructions state to edit /src/scripts/modules.mk with the location of your Python include and lib directories.

Should look something like this:
# the top level directory of python.
PYTHONTOP = /usr/include
# the folder where python headers are located
C_FLAGS += -I$(PYTHONTOP)/python2.6
# libraries we have to include.
LIBS += -Xlinker -export-dynamic -lm -ldl -lutil -L/usr/lib/python2.6/config -lpython2.6