At first glance it looks like you would need at least the header winwlx.h
which has not yet been written for MinGW. You may be able to get this header
from the PSDK but if you could write it yourself based on the MSDN
documentation then it could be added to MinGW w32api, and I'm sure other
users would be grateful :). There may also be a few other headers and import
libraries missing from MinGW. Apart from that, it should be fairly simple to
write a GNU Makefile to build the DLL. The main differences I can think of
are the use of "windres" instead of "rc" and the different command line for
linking the DLL, which is explained briefly on the webpages and frequently
on this mailing list. You could also try using the "dsw2mak" script in the
mingw-utils package to convert an MSVC6 project to a makefile.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nathan Yocom" <nate@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 12:52 PM
Subject: [Mingw-users] Custom GINA DLL Compilation
> Forgive me if this has be asked, but a search of archives showed nothing
> specifically on this topic.
> Is it possible to cross compile a custom GINA interface (DLL) in Linux
> targetting windows using MinGW? i.e. http://pgina.cs.plu.edu Compiling
> in windows requires the Platform SDK. I can supply an nmake makefile if
> that would help to determine things...
> Nathan Yocom <nate@...>