Re: [Gimp-developer] Cross-compile for and packaging/testing on Windows

Personally, I think the wiki would probably be a better place for
stuff like that than the repo (but it's not really my call what goes
in the repo or not).

There's already a stub for compiling for/on windows:
If you'd like a wiki account, I'm told you should hop on IRC and
bother either LightningIsMyName or Alexia_Death.

If you need any more help with cross compiling, feel free to ask. A
few people, including myself, have up to date cross compiling
environments working, and wouldn't mind helping you (or anyone) out if
you run into any more problems.

  -- drawoc

On Sun, Nov 11, 2012 at 9:22 PM, Jehan Pagès <jehan marmottard gmail com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have tried native compilation (the GIT repo) in a Windows 7 VM; then I
> tried to cross-compile.
> I finally managed to complete the GIMP cross-compilation!
> This email from the archive has been a great help by the way:
> This kind of information should definitely be in a WINDOWS-DEV-README (or
> whatever you wish to call it) file in our repo! That would prevent potential
> developers to search for days on the web (and for myself in the future
> maybe, because I probably, and hopefully, won't cross-compile anything for
> quite some time).
> Would it be ok to include such a file in devel-docs/ for instance?
> I can provide an updated version for this procedure.
> Jehan
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