From: Steve Lee <steve@fu...> - 2002-10-31 12:51:27
Thanks Luke and Earnie :)
>You would only use mingw32-gcc.exe when you have more than one version
>GCC in your PATH, which is common if you are using cross compilers.
>example if you were using a Mingw cross-compiler on Linux, you can
>mingw32-gcc command to build a Windows executable, and still keep
>"gcc" command (the Linux native compiler) in your PATH. When you
>using Mingw by itself on Windows you usually won't need to use the
>with the prefix.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Katy and Steve Lee" <lee@...>
>Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 4:16 AM
>Subject: [Mingw-users] bin gcc exe copies with mingw32- prefix
>> I note that the gcc, g++ and c++ exes all seem to have clones
in the bin
>> folder with the prefix mingw32.exe and make only exists with the
>> Could some one explain? Is it incase you have both mingw & gcc
>> that is possible. Should I be using the mingw32-* version in scripts
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