Sounds a good idea to me.tintinux wrote: ↑01 Nov 2021, 13:33 For information on the building process :
Up to now, I have built all the Windows releases on a Windows system, not on Linux. It is anyway useful to have a Windows machine for tests during development or after building, so I found it simpler to build on Windows.
This could change for next builds, because today all my Windows machines are now obsolete or crashing and I'm not sure to be able to repair or to buy a new one. If someone (you ?) can build the future Windows releases I'd like it !!!!
I am using Windows 10 machines, and both 32-bit and 64-bit are building OK now; I did not build a Gestinux Inno Setup installer yet, but this should not be any problem for me. I have set up a WSL2 environment (Linux as an integrated VM, much like Windows 11 is now an integrated VM as well) where Gestinux could run, and I am in process to set up Lazarus cross-building Linux *from* Windows (which should be possible on theory but does not seem mainstream, certainly less than the reverse way.)
On the other side I do not believe i386-linux is worth spending my time; I have no idea about Macs or iPhones, and very very few about possible Android builds.