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Re: Compiling problem
I run the other way around at the moment, Vista VM under Ubuntu. For
production it's a definite possibility to do as you say but there is I/O
involved that may not work too great on a VM so a lot of testing is
required and timescales are as usual too short.
David Christensen wrote:
Bob Cowdery wrote:
My end game was to install Cython and compile up some Python stuff
which was written on Linux but needs to run on Windows. There are lots
of shell scripts involved and the complete system does not lend itself
to running native, hence the short-term need to run under Cygwin.
As an alternative, how about installing virtual machine software on
Windows, get/build a GNU/Linux virtual machine, and put your software on
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