Here is a sketch outline of how to compile SYMPHONY in MS Windows. Direct support is provided for compilation with MS Visual Studio 6.0. Compilation for other compilers should also be possible. Note that the Windows version has some limitations. Detailed timing information is not currently provided. Support is only provided for running in sequential mode at this time.
First, download SYMPHONY-5.0.zip and unzip the archive. This will create a subdirectory called SYMPHONY-5.0 containing all the source files. You now have two options. You can either compile on the command-line, using the MSVC++ makefile called sym.mak in the SYMPHONY-5.0 WIN32 subdirectory or you can use the provided projects and workspaces. Compiling on the command-line is somewhat easier since it requires only editing the makefile and typing a single command.