gcc compiler on Windows

gcc compiler on Windows

I'm currently working on pure C++ library in Linux using g++, but from Windows (through VPN). It is very inconvenient because the connection is very slow. I'd like to get library's sources on Windows and use a gcc ported to Windows (e.g. MinGW or CygWin). But I'd like to know to what extent linux gcc compiler is compatible with Windows gcc compiler? Are they built from the same code base?

I'm currently working on pure C++ library in Linux using g++, but from Windows (through VPN). It is very inconvenient because the connection is very slow. I'd like to get library's sources on Windows and use a gcc ported to Windows (e.g. MinGW or CygWin). But I'd like to know to what extent linux gcc compiler is compatible with Windows gcc compiler? Are they built from the same code base?

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