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You can build base KDE 4 libraries and development tools on Windows using:
 
You can build base KDE 4 libraries and development tools on Windows using:
 
*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/emerge|Windows ''emerge'' tool]] with both compilers (gcc and msvc 2k*).
 
*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/emerge|Windows ''emerge'' tool]] with both compilers (gcc and msvc 2k*).
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*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/CrossCompiling|Cross compile from linux with mingw]] (still unstable)
 
The following sites are deprecated at the moment and should not be used until you know, very well, what you're doing:
 
The following sites are deprecated at the moment and should not be used until you know, very well, what you're doing:
 
*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/GCC And MinGW|MinGW gcc]] and
 
*[[Getting Started/Build/KDE4/Windows/GCC And MinGW|MinGW gcc]] and

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You can build base KDE 4 libraries and development tools on Windows using:

The following sites are deprecated at the moment and should not be used until you know, very well, what you're doing:

If you have a problem or questions, feel free to visit us on #kde-windows on irc.freenode.org

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