This is a much better way than printf:
elog(NOTICE, "this is my test: %s", string);
----- Original Message -----
From: "Srikanth M" <srikanth_m(at)students(dot)iiit(dot)net>
Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2003 3:08 PM
Subject: [HACKERS] Help needed in testing my code.
> Dear Sir,
> I want to know the compilaiton and execution of my
> code. Suppose if i add a test printf statement in the
> src/backend/tcop/postgres.c and after compilation and
> execution i should get that statement every time i give
> a query to psql.
> After running make I even added the executables
> in the /usr/bin/ directory but i couldn't see the test
> statement after giving a query to psql.
> please tell me the procedure of adding a test
> printf statement in postgres.c(or in any file), and
> compiling and running it so that i get the test statement
> as an output when i give the query.
> Srikanth M
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