In windows, you can download for free Visual Studio. After that, you can run the build.bat to compile fuzzylite. I have not compiled fuzzylite using anything different than nmake. Is there any reason you do not want to use nmake?
Yeah, because VS express takes about 12GB of HDD space. To have VS just to have nmake seems like a overkill.
Moreover, Microsoft is pushing Community Edition over Express Edition and Community Edition can’t be used within large corporations. So, yeah unless I really need VS like developing .NET apps or something, I’d rather stay away from VS.
I understand. Can you tell me a bit more about the environment that you are using? I compile fine using cmake and clang under linux and macosx, but have never tried on windows.
You could start by looking at the options cmake --help has to automatically build a project. If none are with clang, try googling how to create a clang project from cmake. I think it is much easier if you create a project using cmake.