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New tool: CrossReport for MinGW (Windows cross-compilation) compatibility reporting



This might be of some interest outside the fedora-mingw community.  I
just pushed a new tool to Rawhide, Fedora 10 and EPEL 5, which lets
you evaluate how easy it will be to cross-compile your C/C++
application to Windows, using the mingw32-* packages in Fedora.

You simply do:

  mingw32-crossreport /path/to/linux/binary | less

and based on the APIs it uses, you get a report which tells you want
to do.  Here is a sample report:

  http://www.annexia.org/tmp/virt-viewer-crossreport.txt

The Koji build is here, in case it hasn't reached F-10 updates yet:

  http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=82585

Rich.

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