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Re: [Texmacs-dev] Re: C++'s frustrations

From: Vadim Konovalov
Subject: Re: [Texmacs-dev] Re: C++'s frustrations
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2008 00:37:15 +0400
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Abdelrazak Younes wrote:
Henri Lesourd wrote:

 Probably under Linux it works most of the time,


 and under windows
 it's more often broken:

MSVC is really the defacto standard (KDE, python, LyX, etc all use it).

Very surprising information

Now TexMacs on Windows available only under Cygwin, and no MSVC is standard there.

I don't see the problem here. In any case, I think, but I am not sure, Borland and Intel compilers are compatible while Mingw's g++-3.2 is not (not sure about recent version of g++). So yes, I think that choosing either MSVC or Mingw would be a hard requirement for plugin developer. Or you can just see those two compilers as two different platforms and deliver a TeXMacs binary for both. That is exactly what the KDE on Windows people do by the way.

Given that GCC already used for texmacs, why is it a problem to continue using it on windows?


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