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Issues with mingw32 (Linux to Windows cross-compiler)

Debian have packaged mingw32 as a cross-compiler so you can target
Windows as an embedded platform, building *.DLLs and *.EXEs from your
Linux box:


There's already an RPM package for this for Fedora and in my limited
testing it seems to work:


HOWEVER ... This package can't be built directly from source because
it has a circular dependency.  As described on that page:

  "Rebuilding from the source packages must be done in a strict
  order. There's a circular dependency or bootstrapping problem in that
  you need installed mingw-runtime and mingw-w32api packages to build
  mingw-gcc-core. But to build mingw-runtime and mingw-w32api you
  need... mingw-gcc-core."

Can this type of circular dep be packaged in Fedora (and how?)


Richard Jones, Emerging Technologies, Red Hat  http://et.redhat.com/~rjones
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