I've had a pretty good google and I can find info on re-compiling gcc to
include either cygwin or mingw32 for cross-compiling, but I was hoping to
include a Windows C compiler I allready own.
Shouldn't it be possible to tell gcc to link against the libs provided by my
Windows compiler to provide a Windows executable? As for my sources, I was
only goinh to use ANSI C plus openGL and Glut to ensure the sources were as
cross-platform compatible as possible.
I've searched for more info, but most of what google turns up is using wine
to run Windows programs on Linux.
Any other help in this matter would be greatly appreciated. I would use
cygwin, but I don't want to be limited to keeping within the GPL, hence my
desire to link against a Windows C compiler.
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