You may have luck by getting in touch with the process-one folks to get more recent compile of yaws on REPOS or erlrt.  I did a compile for them of REPOS for OS X Intel and their build scripts are complete and worked clean.  I like what they are doing with erlrt.  Even though the Windows version is a manual install and doesn't have a yaws download yet, it may not be far off.  If not that, I bet their compile setup for Windows REPOS is easier to use than what you are trying.
ke han

On Aug 28, 2006, at 2:22 PM, Dmitrii Dimandt wrote:

Thank you. I've totally forgot about REPOS :)

I've almost made Yaws compile under MinGW by manually hardcoding necessary paths in the configure script. However, it all failed when calling erlc, it couldn't resolve necessary includes :( And I didn't have much time to look into it. I will, however try to work on it this week.

On 8/27/06, ke han <ke.han@redstarling.com> wrote:
If you don't need the latest version of yaws, REPOS is a great way to
not deal with Windows compile issues.  I think the latest Windows
version of REPOS (1.4beta2) came out in March   I've used this
version of Windows and can recommend this approach.

BTW, if you do come up with a compile recipe for Yaws on Windows,
please post!!!
thanks, ke han

On Aug 25, 2006, at 2:36 PM, Dmitrii Dimandt wrote:

> Is it now possible to install Yaws under Windows without using
> Cygwin (because I simply don't know how to combat Cygwin :)) )?
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