|March 7, 2009, 05:33||
Hello, And ofcourse :-)! A
Join Date: Mar 2009
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And ofcourse :-)! A Good day to everyone too :-)! Its a beautiful Saturday morning here... blue skies... sunshine... and the first birds apparently (and hopefully) heralding the beginning of spring :-)!
Soo... I happened to be looking around Sourceforge today, and accidentally stumbled upon the following project website:
The site claims that this is a native compile of OpenFOAM for Windows using MinGW/CodeBlocks on Windows (not cross-compiled), without using any OS-Emulation systems.
Does anyone have any idea if this works, and if so, how is it that no one seems to have mentioned this on the OpenFOAM Forum so far?
And if it does work.... what would be the limitations?
Hoping to gain more information....
I wish you all a great weekend!
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