Quick note: if you install MinGW on a Windows computer that
also has GPG4Win
installed, the PATH variable(s) point(s) to the GPG4Win
directory before the MinGW directory, and both directories
contain different versions of a certain file (which I think is
a C++ redistributable library or something like that). When
gcc is run, it references the incorrect file in the GPG4Win
directory and fails when it is used to compile and build all
but the very simplest programs.
I'm just going from memory while I have a few seconds to scrape
together, let me know if yall need more details.
Hope that tip proves to be helpful! Yall are awesome!