Noob questions about setting up on Win32

Hello, Ted.

(*) build LLVM itself
(*) build programs with LLVM

I have a MingW32 setup on a WinXP machine;

You can see http://wiki.llvm.org/index.php/Notes:MingW32 to get
instructions how to build LLVM on mingw32 box.

For building programs with LLVM itself you'll probably need llvm-gcc4,
which you can either compiled by yourself (tricky on mingw32) or use
prebuilt one in the 'downloads' section.

Here's an equally dumb question: the wiki page you mention suggests
installing bison and flex and a few other packages. But I don't see these
packages anywhere on the Sourceforge MinGW page; do I get them from
elsewhere, and then build them using MinGW's gcc?

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Here's an equally dumb question: the wiki page you mention suggests
installing bison and flex and a few other packages. But I don't see these
packages anywhere on the Sourceforge MinGW page; do I get them from
elsewhere, and then build them using MinGW's gcc?

They're part of cygwin.

Reid.