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Old December 16, 2012, 17:00   #1
Therem Harth
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T2 Linux -> Windows cross-compile with CMake?

Since making cross-platform stuff compile on Windows is a pain, I'm looking at cross-compiling from Linux. But every time I Google around for instructions on cross-compiling with CMake, my eyes start to glaze over...

- How do I even tell CMake to compile for Win32?

- How would I tell it to link statically against SDL and jansson, and hopefully build them into the final binary?

- What would I need to cross-compile the native Win32 version on Linux? I know it's possible to do that for pure Win32 programs, how is it done?
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