Its now in a state where im happy with it,
i ported the most vital tools for a full fledged cross environment for those who like to use gnu libraries or tools from windows without having a cygwin dependency.
Additions i ported to msys.
openjade and opensp.
xpm (no-X version).
expect means the gcc testsuites can now be run on windows without cygwin and its usefull for other stuff also (automation tool).
tetex + openjade + docbook + gtk-doc means you can now make documentation from your gnu sources in pdf dvi and html format (and many more).
rsync can be used as both a server or client and you can automate it so when you make changes to a project it autouploads the changes to your site.
lynx is a console browser using ncurses while not overly usefull on windows a few tools can make use of its features like perl.
insight is the gdb frontend. Msys uses a rather old version of gdb but it works.
svn is a subversion client (latest version) its a bit slow due to the old runtime but it works like a charm.
python port to Msys used in many tools and handy as a build tool if your project uses scons, also has many other uses.
most of the other stuff are support libraries and tools.
gcc-4.2.1 msys port (nessesary when porting newer stuff).
gawk-4.1.0 bit newer than the one from mingw site and uses libsigsegv for catching errors.
MinGW 32 and 64 gcc version 4.6.2 with tons of support libraries and tools.
The local folder contains some maybe redundant tools now that i ported python to msys but some of them uses libraries i cannot port to the old runtime so hey rock and hey hard place :S
I havent run into weird stuff with python unless building a python extention for msys (rename local to local.bak when building extentions for msys python) but thats about it.
Im uploading the package tonight in a seperate folder on my site cause this is the full thing (and its pretty huge) so im spanning the installer in 3 packages.
Peeps who cannot afford to wait for a package this size to download can still get the minimal version
Hope my christmas present will be usefull to some.