On Tue, 24 Aug 2021 13:43:26 -0700 (PDT) Oliver Bailey wrote:
OB> I've been using wxWidgets for many years doing cross development from Linux
OB> to Windows and Mac. I recently updated a Debian 10 system to Debian 11.0.0.
OB> I use static linking to avoid DLL issues in the executable programs and
OB> have never had problem until today. I received an error on execution there
OB> are three missing DLL files:
OB> libgcc_s_seh-1.dll, libstdc++6.dll, and LdrInitializeThunk, which isn't
OB> clear if it is a DLL or not.
OB> Since none of the wxWidget libraries are throwing an error, it appears
OB> those have been linked statically. My problem is that I can't find any DLL
OB> files in the Mingw32-w64 paths at all.
Under Debian you need to install gcc-mingw-w64-$arch-$variant-runtime
package which contains these DLLs and copy them to your application
directory. $arch here is either "i686" or "x86_64" and $variant is either
"win32" or "posix" depending on the compiler variant you use.
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