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Is it possible to make Linux binaries with MS Windows?

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I am curious... is it possible to create Linux binaries with Visual C++? This would save me tons of time, in general (from compiling to jed''ing the file, going to the error line, fixing, and rinse+repeating that).

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Could the cross-compiler be "plugged-in" like the Intel C++ compiler is used? (as an alternative to the MSVC compiler)

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Using gcc would be, by definition, not using Visual C++. Read the original post again.

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You can use Dev C++ or some other GCC compiler based package for creating Linux static libraries (.a). Not sure about .so, have never tried it but I wouldn''t have thought so.

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