Moving Language Cuisinart project to Windows?

Cameron Laird claird at lairds.com
Wed Feb 12 00:27:17 CET 2003


In article <b2bt9t$j95$1 at naig.caltech.edu>,
Robert Kern <kern at taliesen.caltech.edu> wrote:
>In article <x7d6lylduv.fsf at guru.mired.org>,
>	Mike Meyer <mwm at mired.org> writes:
>> I've written a Python wrapper for some Legacy FORTRAN so it can have a
>> modern GUI buith with Pmw/Tkinter. This works by the FORTRAN invoking
>> C functions that invoke Python. This all works like a charm using the
>> gcc tools on Unix and Python 2.2.
>> 
>> Now the client wants it on Windows. My question is - what's the right
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>If it works using gcc/g77 on Unix-type OS's, it will probably work with MinGW.
>If you're using Distutils, the Python end is a snap [1]. Setting up
>MinGW may be
>more complicated than setting up Cygwin, but I haven't played with either
>recently [2]. The benefit of MinGW over Cygwin is that you will link
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>[1] http://www.python.org/doc/current/inst/non-ms-compilers.html
>[2] http://www.mingw.org
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Here's a slant on MinGW that might be ideal for Mike:  <URL:
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-sc10.html >
shows how to work under Linux to generate Windows executables.
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