Re: glib thread support & win32

 I'm not subscribed to the list, but noticed list-only reply from archives:

>> configure:27047: i586-mingw32msvc-gcc -c -march=i486 -isystem

> This isn't a MinGW gcc triplet.  If you were using MinGW the triplet
> should be i?86-pc-mingw32 where ? is based on your client but defaults
> to 3.

 That's the name of MinGW compiler in Debian and derivatives (I
originally spotted problem on Debian, and am now using Ubuntu):

> dpkg -S $(which i586-mingw32msvc-gcc)
mingw32: /usr/bin/i586-mingw32msvc-gcc

 And yes, I have compiled a lot of stuff (including older glib
versions) with it and those compilations have been successfully used
in Windows.

 Yeah, I wondered why there's "Microsoft visual studio" part in the
name when I first saw the name of the compiler binary years ago...

 - ML

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