Merlin Moncure wrote:
> Dave Page wrote:
> > Steve Tibbett wrote:
> > > Windows users will always prefer a Windows solution to a Unix
> > > solution running on SFU... I'd say sticking with the original
> > > goal of making a native Win32 version would be preferable.
> > Plus I'll bet we couldn't distribute the required components ourselves
> > and would thus require the user to download interix first.
> Yes, but consider this:
> 1. from a windows developer's point of view, requiring Interix is no
> better or worse than requiring cygwin or mingw, except for maybe the
> size of the download/install.
FYI, we require mingw to compile PostgreSQL on Win32, not to run
PostgreSQL on Win32, right?
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