I have a program written in C which already compiles on many platforms including windows , linux and unix using the GNU toolchain (automake, autoconf, gmake, gcc). The program uses some external libraries: openssl, pcre, gnu iconv, expat and apache apr.
On windows I'm using the msys environment with mingw32. My problem is that it is terribly slow, about 20 times slower than compiling the source on linux.
My idea is to set up a cross compilation environment on linux and cross compile for windows using mingw32/64. Unfortunately I got stuck trying to cross compile libapr.
I need somebody to create a linux (preferably Debian because it has the mingw toolchain already) cross compilation environment which can compile the library dependencies and then my program.
The other option is to help me speed up compilation on windows.
I'll share more info with the bidder.