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
MinGW Runtime: 3.18
GCC packages included are:
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 "x86-mingw32-build.sh.conf".
Moreover, if you're planning to disable/enable some GCC package, like
disabling "java" or "objc", just modify the configuration file
"x86-mingw32-build.sh.conf" 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
(the SlackBuild does not include the source)