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MinGW cross compiler for Linux build environment

As of this writing, the MinGW Project does not support any official
build of GCC, more recent than GCC-3.4.5, for use as a cross hosted
MinGW development tool, on any platform. This is unlikely to change,
until after an officially supported stable GCC-4.x version has been
released, for native use on the MS-Windows platform.

This slackbuild will compile MinGW with
GCC: 3.4.5
Binutils: 2.20.1
MinGW Runtime: 3.18
W32Api: 3.14

GCC packages included are:
ada (no)
c++ (yes)
f77 (yes)
java (yes)
objc (yes)

If you're planning to compile MinGW with different versions of the
packages, like GCC-4.4.0 (stable), you might download them before in
a specified directory. In this case you might want to modify the
configuration file "".

Moreover, if you're planning to disable/enable some GCC package, like
disabling "java" or "objc", just modify the configuration file
"" commenting or not the corresponding lines,
which are very easy to find.
Actually "ada" gave me some problem and I disabled it from this

Maintained by: Roberto Metere
Approved by: dsomero
Keywords: mingw,win32,cross,cross compile,cross compiling,windows


Source Downloads:
x86-mingw32-build-1.0.1-sh.tar.bz2 (e637fac77ddd09103c136e0ca791cb75)
binutils-2.20.1-src.tar.gz (dd70eff338497b3c9fa1f9f964d5cd26)
mingwrt-3.18-mingw32-src.tar.gz (34b54cb3379f871f0dcd5c20b69b0350)
w32api-3.14-mingw32-src.tar.gz (c31baedaf2a8d38874e056a112a4fbc8)
gcc-core-3.4.5-20060117-2-src.tar.gz (d0dc9d57d493889bc1ca88b127290b9d)
gcc-objc-3.4.5-20060117-2-src.tar.gz (2bffc1e314f2efb1034b3d3ea1ce2f7d)
gcc-java-3.4.5-20060117-2-src.tar.gz (96b039f4e11bff4d3d8a4e7da6e3998d)
gcc-g77-3.4.5-20060117-2-src.tar.gz (57d489658743f0d9048e440b312740c8)
gcc-g%2B%2B-3.4.5-20060117-2-src.tar.gz (ca81c8420ab9d1d05ff9c73a9d4f7d63)

Download SlackBuild:
x86-mingw32-build.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

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