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RE: gcc + Windows + general questions
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- Subject: RE: gcc + Windows + general questions
- From: biswapesh dot chattopadhyay at bt dot com
- Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 15:26:30 +0100
It's www.mingw.org .
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Soeren Grimm [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: 11 May 2001 15:15
> To: Jeff Sturm; gcc mailinglist
> Subject: Re: gcc + Windows + general questions
> thank you for the answers. But somehow the link http://www.ming.org/
> is not working ?
> Jeff Sturm wrote:
> > On Thu, 10 May 2001, Soeren Grimm wrote:
> > > Is it possible to compile pure windows application with gcc?
> > Yes. You need some related tools, including assembler,
> linker and runtime
> > headers for MSVCRT.
> > Find all of these and more at http://www.ming.org/.
> > > Is it possible to compile Qt applications?
> > Probably. Certainly GCC can compile Qt on GNU/Linux. I
> understand there
> > is a release of Qt just for Windows but I have never even seen it.
> > > How is the performance compared to the Intel or the Visual C++ 6.0
> > > Compiler.
> > Compile-time performance, or quality of the generated code? You'll
> > probably find the former a bit slower, especially for C++
> code heavy with
> > templates.
> > > I am not sure of i am allowed to ask this, but i ask this
> anyway ;-)
> > > Is there a way to integrate the gcc into the Visual C++
> > > like
> > > the intel compiler?
> > <shrug> no idea. Why not give it a try and see?
> > Jeff