> Bruce, please apply this too.
> > I have had a few problems with the PL stuff recently committed. The
> > following patches fix the problems (i.e., all regression tests pass)
> > in what I hope to be a platform-independent fashion. The accomplish
> > the following:
> Thanks for assisting in that area, Brook. It all really needs
> to become platform independent.
> There where a few more problems fixed by the patch below.
> o configure.in
> The tclConfig.sh file here doesn't reside in the tcl
> subdirectory. It is sitting in /usr/lib directly. I
> added another check for that.
> NOTE: run autoconf
> o pl/tcl/mkMakefile.tcldefs.sh.in
> At least one bash I'm using on one of my systems single
> quotes the values in the output of the set command. But
> make interprets CC=gcc -O2 different from CC='gcc -O2'.
> o pl/tcl/pltcl.c
> Return values where allocated in SPI memory context and
> got freed on SPI_finish().
> o pl/pgsql/Makefile.in
> David Hartwig had some bad problems compiling PL/pgSQL on
> AIX. I found that the AIX specific mkldexport.sh doesn't
> support multiple object files. I added another linking
> step where all the objects are combined first into
> plpgsql.o and only this one is then linked into a shared
> David (or someone else with access to AIX), could you
> please check if this works now?
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