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Mingw-w64 brings free software toolchains to Windows. It hosts a vibrant community which builds and debugs software for Windows while providing development environment for everyone to use.
It has forked mingw.org in order to move forward and provide 64bit support and support for new APIs and has brought countless improvements since its creation in 2007.
widl: Allow overriding the default include path
widl: Regenerate Makefile.in and configure
include/winioctl.h: Add new device types.
Dear Kai, Thanks for the reply and I agree with what you wrote. Best regards, HEMMI, Shigeru
Hi, well, any fortran application needs libgfortran runtime. Therefore I assume that fortran library is linked statically here. No idea why that happend, but it seems to me the most obvious cause. Regards, Kai Am Di., 25. Sep. 2018 um 06:41 Uhr schrieb HEMMI, Shigeru email@example.com: An executable program, MySomeExe.exe is built from some forran(+C) source files with the x86_64-8.1.0 mingw-w64 tool. I examined shared library dependencies by dumpbin command of MS. The output is...
Ok. I usually install mingw-w64 via the installer mingw-w64-install.exe available at https://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw-w64/files/ . On this same link I usually check if a new compiler version has become available (but it's not clear if the same compiler has been re-released) So, who should I ask to, or on what other url should I check ? Is there a list of these toolchain providers ? Thanks, Marco
We don't dictate toolchain release schedules, you can always ask the providers themselves.
winerror.h: Add error codes in range 740-807