I use msys because I can compile in the same way on windows and on ubuntu both system without problems,
it would take a list of the compilers that are supported by wxwidgets to create accessibility so it's easy to understand the compatible compiler to use accessibility on wxwidgets
I following post an old discussion from 2005 where the compilers that were compatible in 2005 are recommended the wxwidgets version 3.0.4 still supported these compilers
here is the link to the full discussion which I based for accessibility:Post by leio » Wed Sep 28, 2005 11:47 am
You need to (re)compile wxMSW with accessibility support, by editing the setup.h and making wxUSE_ACCESSIBILITY 1 there, instead of 0. If you are using ./configure, then there is an argument that you can pass for that.
i said wxMSW, because this works only in wxMSW. Enabling wxUSE_ACCESSIBILITY will only give build errors on other ports, as it is not implemented, nor stubbed. Further, the API is so win32 centric, that I don't really see it possible to implement it on other ports in any sane way with the given API of current wxAccessible.
Compilers: gcc-3.3.6, gcc-3.4.5, gcc-4.0.2, gcc-4.1.0 and MSVC6
OS's: Gentoo Linux, WinXP; WX: CVS HEAD
Building Error (wxUSE_ACCESSIBILITY)
I don't think that anything else has been done for accessibility in these 14 years
if anyone has news, don't hesitate to post