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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sebastian Hetze [mailto:s(dot)hetze(at)linux-ag(dot)de]
> Sent: 12 September 2002 10:13
> To: Dave Page
> Cc: michael(dot)meskes(at)credativ(dot)de
> Subject: Re: [HACKERS] ODBC problem/question
> Hi Dave,
> I am about to start working on the implementation /
> completion of the SQLProcedureColums call. I took both the
> old psqlodbcplus sources from Kevin Kemp and the current
> psqlodbc from CVS. Kevins sources compiled with M$ Visual C++
> 6.0, the psqlodbc did not - complaining about a missing postgres.h
Hmm, yes I'm seeing that in the IDE as well. It's probably because we
recently moved the driver from the main PostgreSQL CVS to it's own. I
need to check the instructions for compiling in the IDE - unfortunately
I don't have time right now.
It does work from the command line though:
nmake /f win32.mak CFG=MultibyteRelease (for the Standard driver -
nmake /f win32_30.mak CFG=MultibyteODBC30 (for the ODBC3 driver -
nmake /f win32_30w.mak CFG=Unicode30 (for the ODBC3 Unicode driver -
> The DLL I got from compiling Kevins sources did not work
> when I replaced the original one from the binary distribution
> package, obvoiusly missing some resources.
> So, obviously, I am a little clueless about this Windows
> development stuff. Can you please help me to get things
> going. Which branch of the psqlodbc is the one to start with?
> Can you give me a short briefing on how to build a
> installable package for Windows?
Checkout CVS tip from
Hack away, then use vc++'s nmake as described above to build. Check the
top of the makefiles for other build options (debug).
Patches in diff -c format please :-)
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