On 22 Apr 2001, at 9:46, the Illustrious Earnie Boyd wrote:
> Tony Kimball wrote:
> > Hi, I'm new to mingw32. I have a Java application which I want to
> > port to native win32. For that purpose, I hope to generate a
> > Linux-hosted gcj cross-compiler to mingw32. This is a three-step
> > process: (1) Add missing bits to libgcj, (2) fix gcj bugs, and (3)
> > make gcj work for mingw32. I'm starting on step 3 now.
> > All I could find in the sourceforge CVS was the website. I would very
> > much like to work with the current mingw32 source code. Hence, two
> > questions: Where is the CVS hosted? Is anonymous CVS access
> > available?
> The gcc source is not ours so we don't store it in our CVS. Linux
> hosted cross-compilers are possible. See the FAQ
> http://www.mingw.org/mingwfaq.shtml for information. Also you could see
> http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&q=mingw+%2Bcross for
> more information.
Some work re: gcj has been done using Cygwin version of gcc. There
has been some small amount of work done on creating a Mingw java
compiler. However, it has not been the main focus of the Mingw Tool
Definitely check out the main mingw web site (www.mingw.org), and if
you are so inclined, you could also take a look at the links to the
main mingw download site:
There is a mingw variation of gcc there. Note, I said variation,
since gcc itself is protected by the Gnu licensing agreement, the
original gcc source code can be found at the Gnu web site (google.com
search for "Gnu Compiler" minus the quotes).
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