As already stated by TG, you can compile ELF64 in Windows and produce the desired .o object file, exporting via public keywords. However, if you want to make it workable in windows, you should not use any of the Linux-specific services.
formatELF64;just compile it normally
business: ;the non linux-specific code
That's it. You can then use them as GCC's extern in mingw via linking.
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