@thesaint: It's been a while since i last checked that page From what i remember. i read something about that they will not provide windows binaries in the future due to the devs not having enough experience with windows or something like that. Perhaps i remember wrong.
I'm not that familiar with linux type compilations. My experience have been that it is messy and complicated and will pollute the windows environmental paths beyond recognition. In other words its better not to even try it because it may not even work and will possible break windows.
Sounds like good news though. If it really is that simple now.
I've been wanting to switch over from gcc to clang for about a year or two now. This talk just makes me want it even more but alas it doesn't have good windows support yet
They do not even provide windows binaries you have to figure out how to compile the thing yourself and that's not even a good option. Not a simple as loading the solution file and press 'build solution' button.