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Mingw-w64 is an advancement of the original mingw.org project, created to support the GCC compiler on Windows systems. It has forked it in 2007 in order to provide support for 64 bits and new APIs. It has since then gained widespread use and distribution.
The development and community are very active and welcoming with new contributors every month and simple installers.
initial v5 Release: 2016-10-19
You can also look at the full list of versions.
Mingw-w64 interacts a lot with other projects in order to help everyone move forward. Contributions have been going to and coming from these projects:
Obscure issue compiling/linking Windows binaries on Linux
Thanks for advice. I have tested it and it works. Not a perfect solution but works. Unluckily '-fleading-underscore' indeed doesn't work. And when comes to dll, thank you as well but it's just 1.6k of code. It meant to be included.
Thanks for advice. I have tested it and it works. Not a perfect solution but works. And when comes to dll, thank you as well but it's just 1.6k of code. It meant to be included.
You should probably include more project details and proposed payout. For reference, good software engineers cost several hundred dollars per hour. On Fri, May 22, 2020, 5:50 PM Panos email@example.com wrote: Hi, We are looking to port our code to Windows and we have limited experience with MinGW. We are looking for somebody to work on this on a project basis. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org MinGW Contractor Needed https://sourceforge.net/p/mingw-w64/discussion/723797/thread/db06be2e79/?limit=25#78af...
headers/ntdef.h: add missing symbols from reactos
Hello, well, you can build shared libraries exporting symbols without the 32-bit ABI's leading underscore ... see here for reference the ld tool's option for more detail. Nevertheless the import-library for such a shared object (DLL) will contain the leading underscores. You will need to use a definition file to create it, or you can link directly to the DLL ... if you have headers, which properly define the export's calling-convetion. Hope that helps Kai Am So., 24. Mai 2020 um 18:18 Uhr schrieb...
Hello, if you want to "convert" a DLL to a static library, there is no easy way but to build it from source. But if you mean to get an import library for an existing DLL, that can be achieved without too much trouble. For the later, use the tool "gendef" to create an ".def" file. See for further details documentation about this tool. You can find it in our repository, or provided by good distributors. Hope this helps Kai Am So., 24. Mai 2020 um 06:15 Uhr schrieb oset jan email@example.com:...
headers: Update libloaderapi.h to match winbase.h regarding LoadLibraryA/W
I took a look at it and there is no prefixed underscore in assembled object. $ nm md5-test.o md5-fast-x86.o md5-test.o: 00000000 b .bss 00000000 d .data (...) 00000000 t .text U ___main U _calloc (...) 00000000 T _main U _md5_compress ; <- that is what is "expected" in main() 00000000 T _md5_hash U _memcmp (...) md5-fast-x86.o: 00000000 b .bss 00000000 d .data 00000000 t .text 00000000 T md5_compress ; <- that is what is provided in md5-fast-x86.o You could try to add -fleading-underscore as option...
Hello. I found this md5 implementation in assembly and tried to test it. So I compiled and got error. So then I tried to compile files separately without linking and it went well but linking thrown error again: $ make md5-test-fast-x86 gcc -c -std=c99 -O2 md5-test.c gcc -c -O1 md5-fast-x86.S gcc -o md5-test-fast-x86 md5-test.o md5-fast-x86.o md5-test.o:md5-test.c:(.text+0x4d): undefined reference to `md5_compress' md5-test.o:md5-test.c:(.text+0xd5): undefined reference to `md5_compress' md5-test.o:md5-test.c:(.text+0x13a):...