I have added gnustuff@... to the mailing list so we just need his
SourceForge user name to add him to the project.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Danny Smith" <dannysmith@...>
To: "mingw-dvlpr" <mingw-dvlpr@...>
Cc: <rmathew@...>; "Mohan Embar" <gnustuff@...>
Sent: Saturday, May 17, 2003 9:14 AM
Subject: [MinGW-dvlpr] Fw: GJC and mingw gcc 3.3 release
> This is from private correspondence amongst Ranjit, Mohan Embar and
> Mohan Embar has been very active in Java developement for mingw target,
> working closely with Ranjit, as those of you who follow GCC java list
> will know.
> He is currently distributing mingw-targeted binaries (and sources) for
> gcj at his own site.
> I have invited him to join mingw-dvlprs and use our SF site for
> distributing. This has obvious advanatges to mingw by keeping
> everything in sync.
> Earnie, could you add Mohan to our list and we can start discussing
> integrating Java into the mingw packages as a first class citizen.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mohan Embar" <gnustuff@...>
> To: <rmathew@...>; "Danny Smith"
> Sent: Thursday, 15 May 2003 16:59
> Subject: Re: GJC and mingw gcc 3.3 release
> > Hi Danny,
> > >Do you guys want to use mingw SF as site for distributing binaries.
> > >so, please advise.
> > I would love to. I had thought about approaching you guys in the past
> > this, but didn't want to bug you. It would appear that this is the
> right place.
> > Going forward, I'd be interested in knowing how you'd feel about the
> > location for intermittent, interim builds that I do which incorporate
> a hodgepodge
> > of what-I-feel-are-right-for-MingW patches. For example, as soon as I
> > a decent native build of 3.4, I'd like to release it too. Where do you
> feel would
> > be the best location for this?
> > -- Mohan