>> 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.
>>Can gcc (or rather ld) understand windows libs? Why not just compile the
>entire thing using the windows compiler?
>Because I don't have Windows any more. I've got it on my daughters PC, but
it's only a Pentium MMX. My project isn't that big yet, but I've delusions of
greatness for it.
Mainly I just want to be able to compile my project for both Linux and
Windows from my Linux PC to ensure compatibility. I also want to compile it
against the regular Windows libs so I know it 'should' compile for anyone who
is using a regular Windows box to play with my project.
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