Tom Lane wrote:
> Tore Halset <halset(at)pvv(dot)ntnu(dot)no> writes:
> > It tries to link with readline, doesnt find that and tries once more
> > with libedit. ld report that _readline are undefined. /
> I fired up my beta copy of Panther and looked at libedit. It doesn't
> seem to export any of the symbols required to be a plausible readline
> substitute --- no readline(), none of the rl_xxx variables, etc. Nor
> are any of the associated header files present.
> So, no, you can't use this instead of readline. I'm a bit confused
> why not though, since other people claim to have working configurations
> like that. Perhaps what Apple is shipping is an ancient, un-featureful
> version of libedit? Or something unrelated that happens to have the
> same name?
That's my guess. libedit is a pretty generic name.
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