From: william estrada <MrU<munhum@po...> - 2007-11-17 23:13:11
I just went through this also. It was painful but I did get it to compile
Win32 executables and run them under wine. I also use autoconf. It is a nice
set up once you get it up and running.
You will need to do:
1) Install the MinGW cross compiler.
2) Build your autoconf configuration.
3) Install wine.
That's it. I can walk you through it off list if you would like? I don't
like adding to an already busy list.
The knowledge is here just finding it can be problematic. I learn by example
and so times it is hard to find them.
Let me know.
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Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2007 21:54:53 +0100
From: "Tomasz Jankowski" <tomcioj@...>
Subject: [Mingw-users] New to mingw
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Like I said I'm new to mingw and to the Windows environment (from the
programmer's point of view). I'm working on this project:
http://snllibrary.googlecode.com/ . I want to make a port of my library for
Microsoft Windows, but I don't understand how mingw works. I read
everything, what I found in the Internet, but I'm still confused. I read,
that it's possible to build code in the same way as on Linux (./configure,
make). However to do that i need to have libtool, which isn't provided with
mingw, am I right?
I hope, that someone will help me with it.
-- Cya! Tom