> > OK, I am confused. We have HAVE_SNPRINTF, but I don't see it being used
> > anywhere. Is it still relivant to our code? Does NT not have snprintf?
> Probably ecpg needs to import the ports/snprintf module if it exists.
> See psql, which does this already.
Doing that now. Thanks.
> >> 2) gcc warns about redefine of CURRENT_TIME. Nothing
> >> serious (I mean the compile does not fail..), I just thought I mention.
> >> defined in backend/parse.h & <sys/ipc.h> (cygwin32_ipc-1.03)
> > Seems this is getting in our way. We could try undefining it before
> > defining it, I guess. I don't think it affects the compile.
> I wonder whether it is possible to avoid including <sys/ipc.h> in the
> files that need to include parse.h. Which files show the warning,
Probably possible. Not sure. Perhaps the user can supply a patch.
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