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Re: gEDA-user: Windows gEDA port

   What about MinGW-w64 support? It also has the MinGW-w32 compiler as
   I find that the MinGW-w64/w32 is a much better cross-compiler. The
   Cygwin maintainers agreed, as it is now part of the Cygwin compiler
   I am only asking, as they have much better integration with Windows.
   I am perusing the code and setting up my server to run Fedora 14 so I
   will be contributing soon.
   I plan on providing as much help as I can.

   On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 6:53 PM, Bob Paddock <[1]bob.paddock@xxxxxxxxx>

   > Better - if someone *else* does the windows release binaries, I'll be
   > happier :-)

     Is it documented what needs done to make a release, step-by-step?
     In discussing this with Dan in the past he often had troubles with
     things like tracking down license files for the installer as one
     example etc.


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