OK, I just applied a libpq SOCK_STRERROR() patch for Win98. Would
people please try that and let us know how it works.
Not sure if this addresses the problems below.
> On Tue, Aug 21, 2001 at 01:39:45PM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> > Jason Tishler <jason(at)tishler(dot)net> writes:
> > > The first attachment is the root cause of this problem. If I revert
> > > pgconnection.h to version 1.11, then Cygwin PostgreSQL (i.e., libpq++)
> > > builds cleanly again.
> > Hmm. What does it mean to attach a DLLIMPORT label to a class, anyway?
> That is just a quick way to mark all class members dllexport/dllimport
> instead of having to do so for each one individually.
> [I probably shouldn't throw fuel on the fire, but...]
> FYI, there is a new version of Cygwin binutils that makes the DLLIMPORT
> cruft obsolete:
> In particular, check out Paul Sokolovsky's 'auto-import' functionality.
> Oh yeah, I just remembered b20.1. I guess that you can forget about the
> above. :,)
> > Is it meaningful to do so on Cygwin (as opposed to bare WIN32)?
> Cygwin and Win32 should treat DLLIMPORT the same.
> > > I tried to build the Win32 stuff to see if the native libpq++ would build
> > > cleanly without the DLLIMPORT. Unfortunately, the Win32 build seems to
> > > be broken too... See second attachment. Note that I can build 7.1.2
> > > under MSVC++. Has the procedure for 7.2 changed?
> > No, but libpq's CVS tip is busted on WIN32. See ongoing discussions
> > about fixing errno and strerror() handling on WIN32. One way or another
> > we'll have it fixed soon.
> Oops, I'm a little behind in reading pgsql-patches... Or, has this been
> discussed on pgsql-hackers?
> > BTW, I have no idea whether libpq++ (as opposed to libpq) has ever built
> > on WIN32 in the past. The changes you are mentioning seem to be a
> > recent attempt to make it do so, which evidently needs further thought.
> You are correct. As of 7.1.2, libpq++ was not part of the Win32 build.
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