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Successful extension module cross-compile (linux->win32)

Hello,

I had searched the web but not found any info on cross compiling (other
than the fact that distutils doesn't support it.)

So, since I managed to get it working, I thought I'd share my experience
in case anyone else is searching for info on it.

Some notes on the process, along with examples are available at:
http://www.dakotacom.net/~donut/prog...compiling.html
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