The mkwad utility does not compile on Windows under
mingw. It is missing fnmatch.h and fnmatch(), which is
a UNIX-only function (or maybe GNU-only).
I poked around on the Web and it looks like GTK
overcomes this problem by including the original
fnmatch.c (from glibc) in their source tree. I think
we should do the same (assuming that mkwad is GPL).
I have given this a priority of "lowest" because our
build currently does not use mkwad and because there
are friendlier tools for Windows.
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