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Ok seems i got closer to a user buildable port, there are a few
caveats though. First it needs a pretty complete Tex package for the
documentation (i could supply my own environment but its HUGE 10gig+)
or someone could help me deactivate the documentation build (more
likely i think). Also it needs atleast the new Build package im going
to upload (Msys1 cannot do the job unfortunatly).
It still uses a close to Cygwin mount system so if the developers wish
to change that i think it would be appreciated. I been very carefull
not to change to much only modifying the source to accept the Msys
structure instead of looking for the compiler in a subdir eg.
/usr/i686-pc-msys. I better let the real Msys developers hammer on the
mount system. The msys-1.0.dll exports the same things the old
msys-1.0.dll does besides the AbsDllPath etc stuff, so old msys
packages work with the new runtime. This means you wont have to
recompile everything from ground up atleast not immediatly. A few
newer things are needed though
so as gcc-4 libiconv mpfr gmp ppl and cloog (supplied on my