I want to use the compile-to-C functionality of Mathematica. Has anyone gotten the C compiler driver to recognize a C compiler (for instance gcc) installed on a Windows Subsystem for Linux?

I am running: Windows 10 and Version 1809

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    $\begingroup$ "I want to use the compile to C functionality" Can you be more specific about what exactly you want to do? The statement is ambiguous. If you want Compile with "CompilationTarget" -> "C", then the simple answer is that this is not possible with the WSL compiler because it produces shared libraries for Linux which cannot be loaded into a Windows process. $\endgroup$ – Szabolcs May 14 at 13:58

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