> Well, I already find it quite ironic that there's apparently nobody
> else but me who is willing to contribute Win32 binary builds for
> AVRDUDE. --- Me, who I doesn't use Windows at all, and who
> cross-compiles them under FreeBSD in a MinGW32 environment.
> I thus figure, the demand for even a diversity of Win32 builds must be
> small enough that nobody feels bothered to do it. C'mon, compiling a
> pile of source code is not rocket science. It's just installing a
> bunch of tools, and running them. One doesn't even have to understand
> a single line of the source code for that.
Just FYI, it is now quite easy to build avrdude (or get the binary) under
Windows using MSYS2.
MSYS 2 provides 32bit/64bit pkgbuild file for libftdi1, libusb, libusb-comat
and avrdude. You can create pull request as well for new version of avrdude
if needed. In fact, it also provides pkgbuild file for many open source tools.