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Mingw-w64 brings free software toolchains to Windows. It hosts a vibrant community which builds and debugs software for Windows while providing development environment for everyone to use.
It has forked mingw.org in order to move forward and provide 64bit support and support for new APIs and has brought countless improvements since its creation in 2007.
crt: add missing apiset exports to runtimeobject library
winpthreads: Always define `__USE_MINGW_ANSI_STDIO` to zero
crt: Regenerate configure and Makefile.in
crt: add api-ms-win-core-winrt-error-l1-1-0 to runtimeobject library
winpthreads: Regenerate Makefile.in
I was just attempting to use this project for the first time (via msys2). Great work with all you've done! I was compiling TigerVNC and discovered I could get a working winvnc4.exe for Windows 10. However, the same binary on Windows 7 would give a runtime error of "The procedure entry point CreateProcessAsUserA could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll" I tracked this down to the Windows KERNEL32.dll on Windows 10 exports that symbol. However, the KERNEL32.dll on Windows 7 does...
wdm.h: Define DMA_COMPLETION_STATUS.
wdm.h: Define KSYNCHRONIZE_ROUTINE.
sal.h: Add more SAL directives.
wdm.h: Add some power framework definitions.