[Wine] Native libpq.so instead of libpq.dll?
madewokherd at gmail.com
Sun Jul 18 19:54:21 CDT 2010
If you want to develop cross-platform software, you shouldn't be using Wine.
You should be using only cross-platform API's, so that you can compile
the same code, without modification, for different operating systems
(which will have different executable formats and different ABI's).
If you want to distribute a single binary and have it work on multiple
platforms, use .NET/Mono.
Wine is a solution for when you have an existing windows-specific
codebase that is impossible or impractical to port.
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