What about RSXNT instead of cygwin32???
Wed Oct 15 14:31:00 GMT 1997
> Yes, I've tried that and it certainly seems to be a class act,
> although not as ambitious as cygwin32.
>From what I have heard, RSXNT sounds like it does significantly
less but isn't beta quality. I've also heard that nobody is actively
maintaining RSXNT -- anyone know differently?
I hope Cygwin32 will be a class act some day. :-)
> On the other hand, RSXNT includes a resource compiler
BTW, future GNU-Win32 releases will include one.
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