Neil Conway <neilc(at)samurai(dot)com> writes:
> Perhaps I wasn't clear: the *present* behavior of pgcrypto is to
> "compile successfully but ... be unusable" if an invalid random source
> is defined. This is prone to error. That patch changes this behavior to
> refuse to compile if an invalid random source has been defined.
Ah, got it.
> I don't think this is a problem (an invalid random source is effectively
> a misconfiguration and could only be the result of user error). But if
> you like I can change the patch so that we error out when attempting to
> compile random.c
Please do; I dislike makefiles that won't "make clean" ...
regards, tom lane
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