Theodore Petrosky <tedpet5(at)yahoo(dot)com> writes:
> I just tried the newest beta (3) and for the first
> time I am getting multiple errors in 'make check'.
> this is my configure line...
> ./configure --with-rendezvous --enable-thread-safety
> 7 of 96 tests failed, 1 of these failures ignored.
--disable-shared means you do not get any of the backend extensions that
come as shared libraries; this includes plpgsql (and the other PL
languages if you had tried to build 'em) as well as character set
conversions. I think the tests that failed are exactly the ones that
depend on plpgsql or conversions.
I notice that pg_regress.sh has a kluge to cause it to ignore the
failure of the plpgsql regression test when --disable-shared is true,
but this seems a totally lost cause with so many other tests now making
use of that language. I propose taking out that special case.
Peter, I think you were the one who put in the special case to begin
with; do you have any better ideas?
regards, tom lane
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