On Tue, Jan 06, 2004 at 12:02:46PM +1100, Claudio Natoli wrote:
> I'm having no such trouble with postgres-7-4-1 from the bzip2 source,
> with cygwin 1.5.5-1.
I'm not sure whether the above is good or bad news... :,(
> and, I think something closer to your build line:
> configure --enable-multibyte --with-python --with-perl
The above should be close enough.
> What can be different here?
I wish I knew!
> Any chance your sources got polluted somehow?
No, I just verified the md5sum checksum and the source is not tainted.
> and lets work the differences between our installs.
I'm starting to think that our installs must be different (in a way only
tickled by PostgreSQL 7.4.1 and not 7.4). Please post or email me the
output of the following:
$ cygcheck -cd
Would you be willing to try my Cygwin PostgreSQL 7.4.1-1 package on your
machine? If so, let me know and I will upload the tarball to
tishler.net. Then you could run a make installcheck against it. This
A/B test could be helpful.
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