On Wed, Nov 09, 2011 at 01:33:14PM +0100, Fabian Greffrath wrote: > is there a reason why we have both a mingw32 and a gcc-mingw32 > package in Debian? Both seem to contain the same, i.e. the GCC from > the MinGW project (please note they dropped the "32" for a while), > but the version in gcc-mingw32 is newer than the one in mingw32. > > For the 64-bit variant, there is mingw-w64 While the name has been carefully chosen to cause as much confusion as possible, what you want is mingw-w64. It supports both win32 and win64, and provides a modern version of the compiler. -- 1KB // Yo momma uses IPv4!
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