> Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
> > I don't follow this argument. You added a config option that toggles
> > whether to use the old crypt(3) method or the new md5 method.
> ?? If the config option works like that, I think it's wrong. There
> shouldn't *be* a config option, unless it's one that turns off MD5
> because the platform hasn't got int64 support. An MD5-enabled server
> or client must still be able to do crypt too, in order to speak to
> older clients or servers.
Sorry, when I said config, I meant pg_hba.conf. Was that unclear?
Also, I will replace md5.c with pgcrypto/md5.c.
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