Java and C++ development

Michael R Head burner at suppressingfire.org
Tue May 10 21:15:06 UTC 2005


On Tue, 2005-05-10 at 18:18 +0200, Luis Murillo wrote:

> Where I study projects are programmed in Java and C++, is there a way to
> compile C++ programs for Windows, and if it can be what do I have to
> install?



The mingw32 package exists for doing that. Here's the description in
synaptic (I found it by searching in synaptic for "cross compiler" in
"Description and Name"):

        
        Minimalist GNU win32 (cross) compiler
        A Linux hosted, win32 target, cross compiler for C/C++
        
        Freedom through obsolescence.  Those who still really need to
        can now build windows executables from the comfort of Debian.
        
        This package contains the C and C++ cross compilers.



> So I guess what I would really like to know if I can cross-compile windows
> apps in Linux.


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