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  • #11
    WINVER define. The default is set in windef.h if you don't define one in your app (or build command line).

    I used mingw64 just go get a newer gcc at one point, still targeting 32-bit windows only.

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    • #12
      *just to get

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      • #13
        You should take a look at MXE:

        http://mxe.cc

        It always uses the latest GCC version.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by curaga View Post
          WINVER define. The default is set in windef.h if you don't define one in your app (or build command line).

          I used mingw64 just go get a newer gcc at one point, still targeting 32-bit windows only.
          Weird:
          From Fedora's mingw:
          #ifndef WINVER
          #define WINVER 0x0502
          #endif

          As far as I remember 0502 is 2003 and XPSP2.

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          • #15
            http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...(v=vs.85).aspx

            You're right, I initially went by wikipedia, which didn't mention SP changes.

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