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W dniu 06.10.2011 18:04, Pedro pisze:
For those who haven't noticed the devs have managed to cross-compile Windows
binaries under Linux using MinGW.

I think these are fantastic news for two reasons:

1) because MinGW is an open source C compiler and is the obvious choice for
an open source office suite like LO (doesn't make any sense relying on
Microsoft Visual C++ compiler...)

I think this point "1" is the all reasons what are needed to switch from m$ to MinGW.


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