pyme3 for Windows

Justus Winter justus at
Tue Jan 24 13:22:15 CET 2017

ankostis <ankostis at> writes:
> On 24 January 2017 at 11:46, Justus Winter <justus at> wrote:
>> We cross-compile all our software for Windows using MinGW.  We don't
>> build the Python bindings though.  If anyone manages to do that, please
>> share your findings.
> Ideally python bindings should be compiled and packaged as wheels
> for  3 different "platforms":
> - MinGW
> - Cygwin (when GnuPG there upgrades from the old 1.x)
> - Gpg4Win (32bit & 64bit, don't know what are they using.

Gpg4Win uses MinGW, Cygwin is out of scope for us imho.

However, I believe the question is whether or not we can load a shared
library compiled with MinGW into the Python process (however that is
built, I don't know).

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