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Re: Issues with mingw32 (Linux to Windows cross-compiler)



On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 10:15:48PM -0500, Callum Lerwick wrote:
> http://www.haxxed.com/rpms/
> 
> Note that gcc by itself is pretty much useless, most of the effort
> actually went in to building up a stack of fundamental libraries so that
> you can actually DO something with it.

Yes I came to much the same conclusion while cross-compiling libvirt.
The main dependencies (libxml2 & GnuTLS) have a chain of dependencies
(GnuTLS in particular).

Packaging Windows binaries for Fedora seems a bit perverse however :-)

(I predict this could be controversial)

> It would be a shame for all my effort to go to waste, but I alone can't
> maintain this whole thing in Fedora...

Well if you're interested in helping to set up a project / SIG then
let me know.

Rich.

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