That means "Minimalist GNU for Windows." And "GNU" expands to "GNU's Not Unix." More information about the GNU project can be found: here.There are many Min GW-based compiler suites, on this page we will concentrate on TDM-GCC.
When you actually distribute your programs to other computers then you will copy the needed Dynamic Link Libraries out of your toolchain directory and include them as part of your installer. - Binutils updated to 2.24 - Min GW-w64 v3 rev.6391 - Backport Min GW-w64 runtime commits from trunk to stable version: 6303: Fixed conflicts with xmmintrin.h.A compiler suite is what Code:: Blocks uses to turn the code you type into it into numbers that the computer understands.As a compiler is a very complex undertaking it is not part of Code:: Blocks itself but rather is a separate project that Code:: Blocks then uses.The specific compiler toolchain talked about in this page is a "Min GW" compiler.Math Works Machine Translation The automated translation of this page is provided by a general purpose third party translator tool.
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- Fix installing gcc libraries for Python - Relocate c++ headers to /include/c++ , rev0 repack.
6332: Install libvfw32.a once again 6385: Update for Win7 32-bit 6386: Update for Win7 64-bit 6390: Update shell32from Win7 - Update make to latest from git.
On your machine they are in your PATH so you always have them, on your users computers they won't have the compiler toolchain so there you provide the files with your program.
TDM-GCC does not strictly follow the preceding however, it tends to statically link the required libraries into your final executable.
Which means that when you create your installer for your final program there are less files to include - they are built into your executable itself.