> > Below is the email that prompted me to add the derived files to
> > WIN32_DEV CVS.
> > However, most people don't want them in there, so I have removed them,
> > and updated the web page to recommend the nightly snapshots (which have
> > the derived files), and mentioned the tools that will be needed for a
> > CVS build:
> Here: http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/ are ports of several unix utility
> programs (including bison and flex) for win32. From my experiences
> compiling the Peer Direct port, this is the easiest way to
> get started.
While I agree, that those utilities are really fine, the trouble with
this bison is that it is version 1.28. pg needs a newer bison version.
The bison from MinGW does really only seem to work under obscure
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