The documentation on the website says that it supports mingw32, but I am a bit confused as to how to build a Windows binary. Is it a simple change to a Makefile somewhere? Perhaps instructions on how to cross-compile would be a beneficial addition to the website?
From an MSYS command shell, it's just:
just like on linux. That will build a windows binary. Of course, Make/Autotools/etc. are *notorious* for "it works on my machine" problems, so you may just have hit a bug.
Ah, I didn't know about MSYS. It shows I have a lot more to learn about cross-compiling.
Ah...MSYS is good. A way to run a quite usable *nix shell in a windows environment.
Although it isn't cross compiling - cross compiling is when you use a *nix machine to create a Win32 binary or something like that.
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