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* [[MinGW/Bootstrapping|Bootstrapping MinGW when building from scratch]]
 
* [[MinGW/Bootstrapping|Bootstrapping MinGW when building from scratch]]
 
* [[Features/Windows_cross_compiler|Windows cross compiler feature for Fedora 11]]
 
* [[Features/Windows_cross_compiler|Windows cross compiler feature for Fedora 11]]
* [http://www.annexia.org/fedora_mingw Status and versions of MinGW packages in Fedora]
 
 
* [[MinGW/Rpmlint|Common rpmlint warnings and errors and what they mean]]
 
* [[MinGW/Rpmlint|Common rpmlint warnings and errors and what they mean]]
 
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* [http://git.annexia.org/?p=fedora-mingw.git;a=summary Repository for packages in development] (before acceptance into Fedora).  This repository is mostly just an archive now.  Do development using the normal Fedora packaging process.
 
* [http://git.annexia.org/?p=fedora-mingw.git;a=summary Repository for packages in development] (before acceptance into Fedora).  This repository is mostly just an archive now.  Do development using the normal Fedora packaging process.
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* [http://www.annexia.org/fedora_mingw Status and versions of MinGW packages in Fedora]
  
 
== Howtos and tutorials ==
 
== Howtos and tutorials ==

Revision as of 23:25, 14 June 2010

Contents

MinGW Special Interest Group

Mission

The Fedora MinGW project's mission is to provide an excellent development environment for Fedora users who wish to cross-compile their programs to run on Windows, minimizing the need to use Windows at all. In the past developers have had to port and compile all of the libraries and tools they have needed, and this huge effort has happened independently many times over. We aim to eliminate duplication of work for application developers by providing a range of libraries and development tools which have already been ported to the cross-compiler environment. This means that developers will not need to recompile the application stack themselves, but can concentrate just on the changes needed to their own application.

Communication

People

Test repositories

These temporary yum repositories are provided for you to test the packages until they are added to Fedora and EPEL:

Packaging

Old links

Howtos and tutorials

External links