Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> I said:
> > Peter Eisentraut said:
> >> Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> >>> This patch for detects the link failures in MINGW that I
> >>> and others have seen and warns the user they have to fix it up.
> >>
> >> I continue to object to these sort of patches if no one wants to
> >> bother
> >>  to contact the mingw maintainers about this problem.  Maybe they have
> >> a  better fix available?
> >>

Basically, we document the bug workaround on the Win32 TODO list, and
remove the item and the patch once we find a solution.

> > I have already said I would follow it up. But the problem exists today
> > and shouldn't be left until we get an answer. Maybe it will take a week
> > or a month, or there will be no good answer at all.
> >
> It appears that Dann Corbit has filed a MinGW bug on this, with accurate
> problem description, but he received a less than stellar response. See
> func=detail&aid=931263&group_id=2435&atid=102435
> (Despite previous speculation, he did indicate that the problem is
> intermittent, not constant).

I think we satisfy the specifications mentioned by the person replying. 
Perhaps someone needs to follow up to state we are following the

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