FW: wine-devel digest, Vol 1 #1391 - 17 msgs

Andrew Lynch lynchaj at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 15 08:13:13 CST 2002

> Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 18:23:49 -0800 (PST)
> From: Steven Edwards <steven_ed4153 at yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: Wine Fun Projects v0.2
> To: dpaun at rogers.com, Wine Devel
> <wine-devel at winehq.com>
> You might want to add visual-mingw to the winelib
> apps section. One
> thing I recommened to Jermey
> White a while back was that WINE might gain more of
> a market share if
> there was a easy way for
> people that are writing Windows apps on Windows if
> they had a IDE for
> GCC that was cross-platform.
> I was thinking at the time of something like a
> CrossOver Developer
> Studio or something. 
> Anyway the idea is to run Visual-Mingw under WINElib
> and be able to
> just recompile your Win32 app
> that was built with Visual-Mingw and the w32api
> package plus reduce
> some of the redunancy Wine,
> Mingw and ReactOS have by finding areas where we are
> not in sync.
> It would be a bitch and a long term project but I
> think its something
> to think about.
> Thanks
> Steven

Visual-Mingw sounds almost identical to DevEx found at




I am using their wGLADE tool for cygwin/GTK+
development presently and it works great under Win98. 

Andrew Lynch

PS, all of these tools are GPL

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