On Wed, 2007-02-28 at 04:05 -0800, Chris Long wrote:
> It looks like ruby-postgres needs some patching due to the changes
> in rubyio.h. I believe these two changes take care of the problem:
> /* PQtrace(get_pgconn(obj), fp->f2?fp->f2:fp->f); */
> PQtrace(get_pgconn(obj), fp->stdio_file);
> /* PQprint(fp->f2?fp->f2:fp->f, get_pgresult(obj), &po);*/
> PQprint(fp->stdio_file, get_pgresult(obj), &po);
> I'm using the force a bit here, and assuming that the additional
> pointer for rw pipes has been deprecated. In my defense it compiles
> and runs.
> Who's the current maintainer of ruby-postgres?
[I see that this is a cross post with ruby-talk, so I'm pasting my
answer here also]
Dave Lee is the current maintainer, dave(at)cherryville(dot)org, and I have
quite a few fixes that I'd like applied as well. He's been busy for the
past few months, so I haven't had much luck getting the fixes in. He's
supposed to be giving me read access to the repository so I can at least
see what he's committing to it, but I've been waiting on that for a
Overall, the module needs a substantial amount of work (it's still using
deprecated API functions, for instance).
PS: He has another email address also, but I don't want to post that on
a public list because I haven't seen it in other public lists/sites.
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