On 02/14/2018 02:07 PM, Thomas Stüfe wrote:
    Does it have to be Cygwin though?

Yes. I love cygwin. You can put it into fullscreen and pretend you have a very 
slow Linux machine :) But seriously, it is very stable and mature, would not 
like at all to change my environment.

Yes, but, if I remember correctly, the problem is that anything built
with Cygwin always requires Cygwin to be present to be able to run.

You always have to carry the runtime around if I remember correctly.

    On Windows I usually install the "git bash for Windows" package or whatever
    it's called and it gives me a nice bash command prompt with a working git
    and bash environment. You can then call the environment scripts from there.

Can you do a full openjdk build with that?
I haven't tried OpenJDK. But in my previous company we did heavy Qt development
with git bash for Windows and any additional external libraries that were 
could usually be installed manually. It required some elbow grease, but at least
the resulting binaries were regular Win32 applications which didn't require any
particular runtime environment to be present except for the DLLs the binaries
were linked against.


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