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15.3 Unix/Windows Portability

Unix and Windows are very different operating systems, with very different APIs and functionality. However, it is possible to write programs which run on both Unix and Windows, with significant extra work and some sacrifice in functionality. For more information on how GNU Autotools can help you write programs which run on both Unix and Windows, see 25. Using GNU Autotools with Cygnus Cygwin.


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