Python extensions and lcc-win32
bowman at montana.com
Fri Nov 26 09:29:00 EST 1999
Kaloian Doganov <kaloian at europe.com> wrote:
>In fact, I'm looking for a non-MSVC solution to write Python extensions.
>So, any GCC or lcc-win32 tips are appreciated.
I've never tried lcc for Python extensions, but you might ask on the lcc ng.
There are several gcc or egcs ports to DOS/Windows.
www.delorie.com is the djgpp compiler and tool set. It is DOS oriented and
a very robust set.
www.cygnus.com is the home of Cygwin. Cygwin is the tool of choice for ports
from Linux to Dos/Windows. It pretty much replicates a mini-*nix environment
There are links at that site to Mingw32, which is my favorite for Windows apps.
Ming is closely related to Cygwin. It was always the egcs port vs. gcc, but that
distinction is getting moot.
Any of these should work fine.
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