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Re: how to use windres.exe without installing cygwin?
thanks for your answer.
Of course I'm aware of GPL. I'll provide it with source code.
>You can't. Windres is a Cygwin tool using the Cygwin DLL. Gcc is a
>Cygwin tool using the Cygwin DLL. Either you provide *all* the stuff
>required to run the script (and don't forget to provide the sources as
>well), or you let the user install Cygwin via setup.exe. This is the
>preferred method anyway.
How can I find "the stuff required to run the script"?
Even if I copy all files to another computer it does not work. (I set proper
PATH, of course.)
Is there any other stuff that cygwin requires and where can I find it?
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