Linux-like environment for Windows making it possible to port software running on POSIX systems (such as Linux, BSD, and Unix systems) to Windows.

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Compile Linux Application for Windows

I want to use a Linux Application under Windows. It is my understanding that the application is Linux only and to use it in Windows I have to compile the application from the source using Cygwin or ...
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Alias in cygwin bash doesn't seem to run in the right order

I am trying to create an alias to use in my Cygwin shell to determine if the Mercurial-managed directory I'm currently in has outstanding changes. The command "hg st -m" lists all modified files. ...
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Is cygwin like wine, but for linux applications?

Does cygwin work line wine, providing a compatibility layer inside a foreign os?
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Is dpkg available for Cygwin?

I don't use Windows all that often, but I've found my self in a position where I'm stuck in front of one quite a bit temporarily. So I've been investigating Cygwin. My question is dpkg available for ...
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How to add a feature to Vim if it's not compiled with that feature?

I am trying to use clewn (full gdb support in the vim editor), but the vim I have on my box doesn't have the netbeans_intg feature enabled. Is it possible to enable it without recompiling vim? I am ...