From: Wolfgang Glas <wolfgang.glas@it...> - 2011-11-29 08:54:50
Am 29.11.11 09:02, schrieb dehmel.r@...:
> What we have:
> a running mingw32 32bit cross compiler on our Linux box.
> What we need
> a mingw-64bit cross compiler on our Linux box.
> We can not use the binaries because of our old Linux system (from 2007
> old GLIBC, but we cannot touch this system because of other important
> software running on it)
What distro is running on this box?
We are maintaining debian packages of mingw-w64 cross-compilers for
debian squeeze and operate cleanroom build services on top of these
packages, some infos are available here:
These packages might well be ported to debian lenny.
However, I suggest that you use some sort of
chroot/openvz/vituralization approach to operate your build services.
mixing production systems and build services is a dangerous thing from
tha Q/A point of view.
> Now we have download the src tar - what to do next?
We'd really appreciate if we could join forces to build a
enterprise-grade cross-compiler suite on top of Linux.
> Is there a step by step instruction available?
> Can we generate 64bit and 32bit from the same source by using different
> --target options?
We build 32bit and 64bit Windows binaries by using a seperate build dir
for each target.
Best regards, Wolfgang