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[tdf-discuss] Re: Compiling in Windows



Hi

    Really - this discussion belongs on the developer list; and the person
who needs to be contributing is the one complaining :-) so - I greatly
welcome your contribution here: there is a lot to do, but it is quite
do-able, and I (and Fridrich + Jesus) would be happy to mentor anyone
wanting to work on that.



Although I'm knowledgeable about this subject (I'm co-author of an Open
Source alternate shell for Windows, named Emerge Desktop, which is compiled
with MinGW-W64), I couldn't write a line of code even if my life depended on
it... I can write Hello World, though... on a keyboard :)

Those are excellent news!

Thanks, Michael!

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