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Re: use cygwin GCC from a windows application
Niklas Molin wrote:
You should just setup the environment so that the cygwin/bin directory
is in the path, then you can have your program start gcc directly.
I'm quite new to cygwin, so this might be an easy question to answer (I've tried to search on the web for a solution).
I'm using a windows program to edit the code in my project.
To compile the project I want to use a GCC-version running in cygwin.
How can I from the windows application (like starting the cmd and send an argument there) start the compilation under cygwin (so I don't have to manually go to cygwin and type the command each time I want to recompile).
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