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From:Warren Young Date:November 5 2009 10:21pm
Subject:Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linux
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On Nov 5, 2009, at 12:58 PM, Leonti Bielski wrote:

> I thought if I compile it under linux I have to configure with -- 
> host changed.

I didn't see that you're trying to cross-compile.

I have no advice for you in that case.  I haven't used a GCC cross- 
compiler since I was writing PalmOS programs, and I don't remember  
seeing anything on this list, ever, from someone who tried it.  No  
doubt it can be done, but you're pioneering.

If I had to build Windows programs while running Linux, I'd just set  
up a Windows VM.
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Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxLeonti Bielski5 Nov
  • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxJonathan Wakely5 Nov
  • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxWarren Young5 Nov
    • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxLeonti Bielski5 Nov
      • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxLeonti Bielski5 Nov
        • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxJim Graf5 Nov
      • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxWarren Young5 Nov
  • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxWahyu Arm6 Nov
    • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxLeonti Bielski6 Nov
      • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxWarren Young6 Nov
        • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxLeonti Bielski6 Nov
          • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxWarren Young6 Nov
            • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxLeonti Bielski6 Nov
              • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxWarren Young6 Nov
                • Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linuxLeonti Bielski6 Nov