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- Subject: Re: When to use Lua
- From: David Given <dg@...>
- Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2006 11:01:54 +0100
Philippe Lhoste wrote:
> David Given a écrit :
>> No, it can't (from what I understand from the documentation) --- Neko
>> allows you to build a single executable *for one platform*. What I've
>> got is a single executable that will run *on all platforms*.
> All platforms with a shell and a compiler on the path, if I understood
> correctly your smart mechanism. I fear that excludes stock Windows... :-)
True, but Prime Mover *is* a build tool designed for use from the shell and
whose primary task is to invoke a compiler, so I reckon that's not really a
(It ought to work from Cygwin, but I haven't tested it. I have made sure it
works on Linux, BSD, OSX, Solaris, and BeOS, though.)
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