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Hi, I noticed that mingw gcc adds .exe extension for output binary, for instance,
compilation of "hello-world" source in following way:
gcc hello.c -o hello
So question - why gcc appends "exe"?
For instance this breaks makefile for flex - it can't install flex and create
link to flex++ since under mingw one get flex.exe instead of flex.
P.S. I've tried to copy hello.exe to "myapp" (without "exe" extension) and run
it - it works fine... Thus there's no need in windows executable extension for
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