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From:Warren Young Date:November 6 2009 8:53pm
Subject:Re: Mysql++ mingw32 cross-compiling under linux
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Leonti Bielski wrote:
> 4. Modified makefile.gcc to match the directories

Hm!  You used Makefile.gcc, not Makefile.mingw?  If so, that explains 
why you didn't need cmd.exe.

It would be interesting if you tried using the .mingw version, too.  A 
little Googling shows there is a Wine version of cmd.exe, but that it 
might be somewhat broken:

	http://wiki.jswindle.com/index.php/Cmd

The question is whether it's broken in ways that impact MySQL++.

> Hope it helps someone in a future!

Me, too.  I'm adding an expanded version of your instructions to 
README-MinGW.txt.
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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