I'm going to chime in here since I originally wrote the install guide for Windows using pythonxy.
Have you installed msysgit? I recommended installing msysgit because it gets you a minimal linux-like environment on windows. Also, it includes the mingw32 C compiler.
Therefore, you should be able to run steps 1-6 from  (optionally skipping 4 if the pyparsing package is now available in pythonxy) and then skip to steps 16 and 17.
Notice on step 17 that we are passing the compiler option to the setup.py command. You can potentially try other compilers, but I have just used mingw32 from msysgit so far.
Hope that can get you started. Post back if you get results/stuck. :)
On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 1:36 PM, tone....@gmail.com tone....@gmail.com wrote:
i think the problem is- first, i need to compile the C extension modules to run sfepy on windows. how do i do that?
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