Cross compilation of gpgme on Fedora Core 4

Srinivasan S ssrini at
Tue Oct 25 19:38:18 CEST 2005

Hi Marcus

Infact my gnupg compilation went fine.

Also I find a i586-mingw32-windres binary in my ming installation

Path is set.  I got the svn, then did a ./ (this was mentioned as a reqd step prior to configure).  Then I repeated a ./ --build-w32 and then a make

Anything else I need to do ?

----- Original Message -----
From: "Marcus Brinkmann" <marcus.brinkmann at>
To: "Srinivasan S" <ssrini at>
Subject: Re: Cross compilation of gpgme on Fedora Core 4
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 19:34:10 +0200

> At Wed, 26 Oct 2005 01:26:48 +0800,
> "Srinivasan S" <ssrini at> wrote:
> >
> > Hi Marcus
> >
> > How I got Mingw was by following the wiki on
> > I downloaded the following :
> > binutils gcc-core gcc-g++ mingw-runtime w32api Then compiled 
> > using the script provided on the wiki.  (The only additional step 
> > was to manually fix to the correct binaries as they 
> > were not automatically being picked up)
> >
> > Are there any other files I need to also include in the Mingw 
> > compiler .. (For me the precompiled rpms on the web didnt work)
> If your mingw compilation is OK, then you probably invoked configure
> in the wrong way.  Did you do everything required?  Set the PATH
> variable etc?
> Really, cross compilation requires some fiddling around, _especially_
> if you are going for a customized setup.  We use Debian GNU/Linux for
> development and all the standard packages.  If you follow the same
> way, you will have less trouble.
> Thanks,
> Marcus

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