Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 25th Jul 2005 16:44 UTC, submitted by Lhyanor
General Development "Everyone of us always wanted to have the ability to compile for Windows and Unix in one makefile, right? Unfortunately, there is very few documentation on this topic and I had quite a hard time to get things working the way I wanted to. I wrote this small how-to to share the way I managed to build my toolchain with other people."
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You mean without Automake and Autoconf?

Set the enviroment variables, and then, instead of gcc/g++, run $CC for C or $CXX for C++.


@BlitzBasic: You didn't get the point of free software, did you? And BlitzBasic isn't C/C++, which makes it uninteresting for most people.

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