After installing MingW32, how do I proceed to install the required wxWidgets header files, so I can compile wxWidgets projects? I think I'm just a bit lost on where to put the files. Did anyone manage to do this and is he/she willing to share some information?Read Topic:
Installing Code::Blocks from source on Windows or Linux or Fedora or ....
I browsed through those pages, but I couldn't find what I was looking for. Maybe my problem statement wasn't clear enough. Let me try to elaborate:
I have installed C::B on Linux and I am able to compile/build/run wxWidgets projects on Linux. Now I would like to cross-compile my program to Windows. As far as I understand, I need MingW32 to do the actual cross-compilations, so I installed that first. However, when I try to cross-compile my program, I get errors because wxWidgets-msw files are missing (the first one it complains about is wx/msw/chkconf.h), which makes sense. So I guess I have to install those, but I'm not sure where to put them or what would be the best way to do this.
The page you sent me to seems to be about installing C::B itself, but I've already got that running (on Linux).