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    I discovered this yesterday when trying to solve this problem:


    I use Cygwin myself, so I probably couldve just used the Cygwin package. But this is neat because unlike Cygwin its a “native” package, which means the gcc.exe produces a Windows native executable instead of a Cygwin executable. Also its small, only 99 MB.

    Finally its up to date. The Cygwin version is still at GCC 7 (LOL?) while this is current AFAIK at version 9.

    Special mention to another project I found recently: