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IchigoKurosaki
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MinGW Portable

MinGW Portable is a collection of freely available and freely distributable Windows specific header files and import libraries combined with GNU toolsets that allow one to produce native Windows programs that do not rely on any 3rd-party C runtime DLLs. Which has been specially made for your portable data storage device. This allows for you to compile Windows, Linux, or even Mac Applications anywhere and everywhere there is a computer.

MinGW Portable can be found on Nobis Development Group's Website: http://nobis.zapto.org/

MinGW can be found on the Official MinGW Website: http://www.mingw.org/

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Uhmmm

This should belong in the beta testing forum.
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Beta???

Why Beta it works fine I actually used it to build the loader a few times...

-It starts a windows command Prompt...
-It sets the bin Directory to the PATH Variable and deletes it when it closes...
-It compiles both C/C++ files with the GNU Cross Compiler...
-You can also add your own Libraries...
-You can also update MinGW by simply installing MinGW to X:\PortableApps\MingwPortable\App
-MinGW Portable is also Windows Vista RTM Compatible

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well

Nevermind... Just forget what I said. if you want though I could host it for you. Sort of like a mirror. How about it?
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No need for a Mirror

Really, No need for a mirror Nobis has 3 Servers just in case of failure...

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ok

Nice about the 3 servers. I wish I had 3 servers for wmpro.info. my last one died on me Sad
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