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Re: B20.1: how to build for MinGW32?
- To: DJ Delorie <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: B20.1: how to build for MinGW32?
- From: "Kai-Uwe Rommel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 7 Mar 1999 20:01:13 +0100
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DJ Delorie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 7.3.1999 19:08:28:
> > Since I can't find notes about that in the docs, here is my
> > question: what is the official way of recompiling the code for
> > MinGW32?
> Mingw doesn't provide a posix emulation, so I wouldn't expect GNU
> tools to build with it. I think our expectation is that the
> development tools would always be built with cygwin, and would
> cross-compile to mingw.
So how do I cross-compile with CygWin to MinGW32? I finally managed
to get the thing compiled, but after "configure" I had to add
-mno-cygwin manually to the Makefile's "CC = gcc" statements and
also had to manually edit some config.h files.
Probably I already have to tell "configure" to use -mno-cygwin, but
how? I am still not all too familiar with CygWin and configure ...
Kai Uwe Rommel
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