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Re: The Next Steps

From: Oleg Terentiev
Subject: Re: The Next Steps
Date: Sun, 12 Dec 2021 19:27:22 +0700

I can try to write compile script for Windows. Wich compiler is prefered? Now I have gcc+cygwin64, but this way is more linux than Win. I'd not recommended tcc for big size of sources. CLANG? Pelles C? Any ideas?
I 'm going to do this in sandbos.

12.12.2021, 15:19, "Raphael Mack" <>:

Am 11. Dezember 2021 17:01:51 MEZ schrieb Krishna <>:

Sorry, what's ET? Quick search of the past mails in this list didn't turn
up anything.

ET is a set of scripts to run the test suite on 'each' commit. The results are shown on

If no one steps up, I'll take a crack at it. I'm more interested in
packaging for pkgsrc as I can then target 3 of my platforms.

Pachaging is also a challenge. We have integrated Debian packaging in ET but it has the mentioned issues. For other platforms we can integrate it easily if we are able to build them on the Linux machine. - Someone started to work (or think) about crosscompiling for Windows but it never was properly setup.
On the other side it might also be fine to package only releases manually or add a new VM with whaterver system - which would even allow to run the testsuite on another OS, if someone volunteers for administering it.

b.r., Oleg Terentiev

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