In OOo times, there'd originally been efforts to allow building on Windows with
MinGW. Later, in LO times, this has been shifted to an attempt of cross-
compiling for Windows on Linux. That attempt can be considered abandoned, and
the relevant code rotting.
Due to this heritage, there are now three kinds of MinGW-specific code in LO:
* Code from the original OOo native Windows effort that is no longer relevant
for the LO cross-compilation effort, but has never been removed properly.
* Code from the original OOo native Windows effort that is re-purposed for the
LO cross-compilation effort.
* Code that has been added specifially for the LO cross-compilation effort.
All three kinds of code are removed.
(An unrelated, remaining use of MinGW is for --enable-build-unowinreg, utilizing
--with-mingw-cross-compiler, MINGWCXX, and MINGWSTRIP.)
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Reviewed-by: Stephan Bergmann <email@example.com>