Nikola Milutinovic wrote:
> > Oh, glad you asked! Compile/run interfaces/ecpg/test/test_thread.pgc.
> Just tried this:
> Legba:/# cd /home/r/root/build/postgresql-7.4.1/src/interfaces/ecpg/test
> Legba:/# gmake
> First it failed complaining on "bad object format in ../pgtypeslib".
> Aparently, the linker dislikes a space in "-L ../pgtypeslib". Deleting that
> space made the compile go through. The in failed on test3.cpg:
> ../preproc/ecpg -I./../include test3.pgc
> MM: birthinfo
> cc -std -O -ieee -I./../include -I../../../../src/interfaces/libpq -I../../
> ../../src/include -pthread -c -o test3.o test3.c
> cc: Error: test3.pgc, line 71: In this statement, "ind_married" and "0" may
> not be compared with a relational operator.
> if (ind_married >= 0)
> I've looked into the code. "ind_married" is defined as "int
> *ind_married=NULL". It really cannot be compared this way and I have a
> feeling it was not the intention.
Yes, that test is clearly wrong because ind_married is an int *. I
think the test should be :
*ind_married >= 0
and have applied the following patch to fix it. I also added an include
required for malloc() on my system.
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