Win-builds

(Free) Software Building and Packaging For Windows

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   - acquire or build the windows binaries ​   - acquire or build the windows binaries ​
  
-The packages are split into three series: ​"native""cross_toolchain" ​and "windows":+The packages are split into three series: ​''​native''​''​cross_toolchain'' ​and ''​windows''​:
  
-  * "native" ​adds native tools which must be of a specific version; for instance, it installs EFL because the cross-compilation of EFL needs to run tools which must be of the exact same version; +  * ''​native'' ​adds native tools which must be of a specific version; for instance, it installs EFL because the cross-compilation of EFL needs to run tools which must be of the exact same version; 
-  * "cross_toolchain" ​builds the cross-compilation toolchain;  +  * ''​cross_toolchain'' ​builds the cross-compilation toolchain;  
-  * "windows" ​cross-compiles the binaries that will run on windows ​+  * ''​windows'' ​cross-compiles the binaries that will run on windows ​
  
-Building takes a fairly large amount of space: up to 2GB for "native_toolchain", 2GB for "cross_toolchain_*" ​and 7.5GB for "windows_*" ​(but this series can be retrieved instead of being built). Around 90% of this space is made up of temporary files in tmp directories. At peak it can also use a lot of memory, having 2GB of memory available (swap excluded) is advised.+Building takes a fairly large amount of space: up to 2GB for ''​native_toolchain''​, 2GB for ''​cross_toolchain_*'' ​and 7.5GB for ''​windows_*'' ​(but this series can be retrieved instead of being built). Around 90% of this space is made up of temporary files in tmp directories. At peak it can also use a lot of memory, having 2GB of memory available (swap excluded) is advised.
  
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