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Re: [tdf-discuss] NMake vs MinGW


I am adding Rainer to this as I think he has some points about mingw -
Rainer opinions? If you're not interested, sorry for the cc


Best,
Joel


On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 9:40 AM, Jonathan Aquilina
<eagles051387@gmail.com>wrote:

Was nmake looked at as an alternative to mingw? as it is its part of visual
studio and works with make files just like make does. what does mingw have
that nmake doesnt?

i feel switching would greatly reduce build complexity in terms of building
on windows.

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