I can’t say exactly without going back through @lukas’ posts myself (the first link in the OP).
Essentially you need to clone and set up the repos using git, and install any pre requisites. To do that, follow the instructions under Development until you have completed section b). Don’t proceed to c), don’t collect $200
Then get Dokany.
If you get stuck with any of that, going through @lukas posts may help as I know he found some parts tricky to follow (eg in the tutorial). Maybe @lukas can help you get set up if he’s around.
We could do with Windows specific instructions on how to get to this point, and to update the README.md with them. So maybe you can help with that to start with? Maybe @hunterlester has a list of the steps?
It would really help to get those steps written up.
Anyway, once you have completed what I’ve just explained, you are ready to go. You can ignore the parts about building until we get it working by running the source directly.
Instead, the next thing will be to run the source, which is what the second link in the OP is about. So we can leave that until you’re ready.
Thanks for expressing an interest. I’m a bit busy to dig into this myself, and I don’t have a Windows machine to test what’s needed. So if you want to try working through that, and keeping a note of what’s needed it would be great and help anyone who wants to follow.