gcc/flex cross-compile to linux->dos (win/95)

gcc/flex cross-compile to linux->dos (win/95)

Post by Ivo Welc » Sun, 28 Dec 1997 04:00:00

I have a 64K source file, flex and c++ source code, which compiles and runs
nicely under linux RH 5.0.  (Nothing fancy, no windows, etc. FWIW, it is a
bibliography annotation preprocessor that is fit into HTML which I am
planning to distribute freely.)  On occasion, I would like to be able to have
someone else run this under a win/95 msdos-window (weird name for a

Could someone please point me to a low-cost way to (infrequently) produce
such output?  A cross-compiler that produced stand-alone code would be
terrific, especially if it is relatively easy to fit into a Redhat
installation, but other solutions are just fine as well.


/ivo welch

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gcc/flex cross-compile to linux->dos (win/95)

Post by Ivo Welc » Thu, 01 Jan 1998 04:00:00

Thanks everyone.  Looks like I have my work cut out for me.  (Suggestion: if
one of the wizards who has this all set up were to build an rpm binary
[Redhat format], we would get a lot more development work happening on linux,
with DOS/Win only being the final compile switch for Windows-haters.)

Thanks again.




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