C Hello World and Windows tool chain

Guido van Rossum guido at python.org
Mon Apr 2 14:22:45 EDT 2007

Looking at the email address, are we sure this isn't a belated april
fool's joke? If it is, it's well done! :-)

On 4/2/07, sbspammagnet at aol.com <sbspammagnet at aol.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> We are about to start a porting a large C project to the OLPC and have a
> couple of questions that we can't find the answer to in the wiki or
> archives. Before we start to reinvent the wheel, does anyone have the
> answers to the following:
> 1) Is there an complete (preferably graphical/windowed) OLPC 'Hello World'
> example written in C anywhere?
> 2) We use a Windows XP based build farm to compile and build our projects
> for all the platforms we target. We want to build our OLPC port on the same
> build farm (i.e. we don't want to have to build our projects on Linux). Does
> anyone have documentation/executables/etc (presumably cygwin based) for some
> or all of a tool chain that builds OLPC applications written in C on
> Windows?
> Any complete or partial solutions to the above welcome and we will compile a
> 'How To' for the wiki or wherever for the community if it would be helpful.
> Thanks,
> SB
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