On Mon, Feb 05, 2001 at 07:49:41PM +0100, JJAR wrote:
> It seems to be the same problem I had.
> What is wrong, at least it was for me, was the gcc version I installed
> 2.95.2-6 ( don't know about 2.95.2-7 ) wich seems to be broken I reinstalled
> with 2.95.2-5 from scratch ( it doesn't work if you install with a newer one
> on top of the older ).
I don't believe that these build problems were caused by a bad version
of gcc. I have been building many versions of PostgreSQL with Cygwin
gcc 2.95.2-6 for about a month and I have not had any build problems
> You have to remove the newer version from the
> directory if you have downloaded everything to your drive because the setup
> program seems to take the newest by default.
The above is not necessary because Cygwin's setup.exe will uninstall the
previous version of a package before installing the new one. You just
need to click on the package version until the right one is displayed,
then continue as normal.
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