The mingw-w64 project is a complete runtime environment for gcc to support binaries native to Windows 64-bit and 32-bit operating systems.

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  • Compiler toolchain hosts natively
  • Supports Native TLS Callbacks
  • Supports Wide-Character Startup (-municode)
  • Supports 32-bit and 64-bit Windows i386/x64
  • Supports Multilib toolchains
  • Supports bleeding edge gcc/binutils

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  • No reaction on dangerous bugs such as not worked correctly fesetenv (brokes OpenAL and other libs)

  • If I select x86_64 during intallation, I do get a gcc that seems to be able to compile both 32-bit and 64-bit object files. However linking seems limited to 64-bit, since the libraries only come in one variant, e.g.: mingw64/x86_64-w64-mingw32/lib/libm.a. Is there any plan for this distrubution to become a true cross-compiler and support both compiling and linking into 2- and 64-bit executables? So that e.g. the -m32 flag would link with the 32-bit libraries and -m64 flag with the 64-bit libraries?

    4 users found this review helpful.
  • @martadrlik what about 7zip (www.7zip.org)? It can handle lots of compressed formats, including .tgz (tar gzip)

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • I am sorry, but why tar.gz? I really like simple things and tool for tar.gz is not integrated in Windows yet, maybe it's shame, but fact. It's forcing me to install something.

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Developers

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Programming Language

Unix Shell, C++, C

Registered

2007-08-09