> >>> We'll need a VC buildfarm member in place to catch us anytime we 
> >>> change the Makefiles in a way that the script doesn't understand.
> >> 
> >> Not a problem - Snake has VC++ 6, 2003 and 2005 installed.
> > Y'know I say that, but thinking about it I imagine the buildfarm is 
> > tied well and truly into the GNU build system - running configure, 
> > make, regression tests etc. We'd need to talk Andrew into modifying 
> > the code to handle the different build procedure, and 
> figure out how 
> > to run the regression tests (prolly still need mingw for 
> that - though 
> > possibly SFU/Interix would work).
> Yeah, I had just started to wonder about that when your mail arrived.
> It'll need to happen if we want to say that "VC is supported" 
> with a straight face, but I can easily imagine that it'll 
> require nontrivial work.
> I don't mind though if running the regression tests requires 
> mingw; that's not an essential step unless you're a developer.

The tests I run against it now are run from MingW. And naturally, it
only works with "installcheck" and not "check", but that's to be


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