A simple question… hopefully with a simple answer.
I’m well aware that when I’m compiling a program under
cygwin that I intend to be able to run in the mingw
environment, I supply the -mno-cygwin flag to gcc when
compiling my program.
My question is, if I intend to produce targets both
for the cygwin and for the mingw environments, do I
need 2 separate SDL’s? I want to compile the latest
CVS source code, how do I do this? Is it as simple as
adding some flag to the ./configure step?
Recap - I’m compiling SDL under cygwin to compile
targets in mingw. (And possibly cygwin as well, if
that’s even possible)
Thanks in advance for any advice.
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