win32-X-executable vs win32-"normal-gui"-executable
Sat, 16 Nov 2002 15:03:44 -0600
Please forgive my ignorance about cygwin, I've been a linux user since 19=
and have not touch windows in years.
When I compile and link a qt application in cygwin, it becomes a win32 bi=
capable of being run under Windows, correct?
Now, is this qt application going to require an X server, and the X libra=
to run? Meaning it's linked as a win32-X-executable, -not- a "normal"=20
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