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You can build a Windows binary using MinGW.
The easiest way to do this is to use a GNU/Linux system with the Mingw-cross-env
environment (http://www.nongnu.org/mingw-cross-env). This is because
Mingw-cross-env not only provides a recent version of gcc as a cross compiler,
but also all required libraries.
Unfortunately, some libraries do not provide pkg-config files for MinGW, so you
have to set a few options manually for the configure script.
The following is known to work with Mingw-cross-env 2.17 installed in /path/to/mce:
1. Build the required libraries in Mingw-cross-env:
$ cd /path/to/mce
$ make glew ffmpeg openal qt
2. Clean your environment from variables that might confuse your cross-compile setup:
$ unset PKG_CONFIG_PATH CC CPPFLAGS CFLAGS CXXFLAGS LDFLAGS
3. Set path variables:
$ MCE=/path/to/mce
$ MCEPFX="$MCE/usr/i686-pc-mingw32"
$ export PATH="$MCE/usr/bin:$PATH"
4. Build Bino
$ cd /path/to/bino
$ QTOPENGLLIBS="`grep QMAKE_PRL_LIBS "$MCEPFX"/lib/QtOpenGL.prl | sed -e 's/QMAKE_PRL_LIBS = //'`"
$ ./configure --host=i686-pc-mingw32 \
libglew_CFLAGS="-DGLEW_STATIC" libglew_LIBS="-lglew32s -lopengl32" \
libqtopengl_CFLAGS="-D__glu_h__ -I$MCEPFX/include/Qt -I$MCEPFX/include/QtCore -I$MCEPFX/include/QtGui -I$MCEPFX/include/QtOpenGL" \
libqtopengl_LIBS="-L$MCEPFX/lib -mwindows -lQtOpenGL $QTOPENGLLIBS"
$ make
$ i686-pc-mingw32-strip src/bino.exe
Now you can copy the bino.exe binary from the src subdirectory to any Windows machine.
Note that you might want to use a newer FFmpeg version than the one shipped
with Mingw-cross-env for best results.