mingw-w64

GCC for Windows 64 & 32 bits

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 ====== Cygwin ====== ====== Cygwin ======
  
-[[https://​cygwin.com|Cygwin]] is a Unix-like environment and command-line interface for Microsoft Windows. Its core is the cygwin1.dll library which provides POSIX functionality on top of the Win32 API. It can be used as a build environment which targets Windows directly and which output doesn'​t depend on cygwin1.dll.+[[https://​cygwin.com|Cygwin]] is a Unix-like environment and command-line interface for Microsoft Windows. Its core is the cygwin1.dll library which provides POSIX functionality on top of the Win32 API. It can be used as a build environment which targets Windows directly and for which output doesn'​t depend on cygwin1.dll.
  
 Installation is done through cygwin'​s package manager: [[http://​cygwin.com/​install.html|setup.exe]]. Installation is done through cygwin'​s package manager: [[http://​cygwin.com/​install.html|setup.exe]].
  
-As part of the numerous packages in cygwin, there are cross-compilation toolchains which target both 32 bits and 64 bits; there name start with "​mingw64-"​.+As part of the numerous packages in cygwin, there are cross-compilation toolchains which target both 32 bits and 64 bits; their names start with "​mingw64-"​.
  
 Once they are installed, they should be used according to the general [[cross-compilation]] approach. Once they are installed, they should be used according to the general [[cross-compilation]] approach.