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Cross compilation. How to use --host with ./configure

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( 6 months ago )

I need to compile some library on my Windows OS to use it on VxWorks OS. I have ./configure script to build this library. I found that i can use --host parameter to specify on which platform i want to use built library. But i can't understand what i have to specify in this parameter. Do i need to download some compiler for VxWorks and to specify path to it in --host parameter?

My current system: Windows or Linux

My target system: VxWorks

Library i want to build: GDAL

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