GDC CI on MacOS, FreeBSD, Windows

Iain Buclaw ibuclaw at
Sat Sep 19 00:42:37 UTC 2020

On Friday, 18 September 2020 at 15:55:10 UTC, wjoe wrote:
>> Windows do support native containers, in addition to the above.
> As for Windows, if memory serves the way to build gcc on 
> Windows was by using MinGW.
> But last thing I heard was that Windows 10 has Windows 
> Subsystem for Linux and I wouldn't be surprised if that was a 
> VM with a Linux installation and some interface to be able to 
> interact with the Windows host.

Cygwin should also work as well, and that might be easier to get 
set-up as a baseline to bootstrap newer versions of gcc if 
required.  If you've got one working, it should be trivial to 
have the other.  The difference should only be what extern(C) 
bindings are pulled into druntime.

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