I'm in the midst of a major rewrite of the wingcc driver where I'm
porting the changes I made to the win3 driver into wingcc and fixing
some oddities. The goal is to have a much better windows driver for
those of us who need it and aren't using wxwidgets.
I'm trying to decide if I should submit the driver as wingcc or
whether it should be a new driver, say mswin. There will be very little
code that my rewrite will share with wingcc, so I'm inclined to submit
it as mswin. On the other hand, we are adding a new driver to the mix
and the associated confusion of which driver should be used (wingcc,
win3, or mswin).
If I can get the new driver to build cleanly under gcc, visual studio,
and other common windows compilers, do we want to deprecate the other
drivers (win3 and wingcc)?