On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 10:55 PM, Doug Schaefer <dschaefer@xxxxxxx
> As Marc-Andre mentioned, if you’re doing real Windows development, which
> these days would be mainly game developers using C++ IMHO, you really need
> the Windows SDK and gcc can’t build against it. So ideally we have support
> for it. (Need a debugger though).
GNU tool-chains on Windows is very important, as many important software can only be bulid with GNU tool-chains.
> But we need community support to make it happen. No one is making money with
> CDT for Windows development, but there are a lot of users who want it and
> are trying to make it work.
We have a product UltraGDB (http://www.ultragdb.com
), which is a fork of Eclipse CDT.
UltraGDB support 6 tool-chains on Windows.