Am Tuesday 27 April 2004 05:06 schrieb Bruce Momjian:
> I assume we want to integrate our own timezone library into PostgreSQL.
> We have talked about it for a few releases, and Magnus has done it for
> us because Win32 needs it for pre-1970 dates.
> The patch to PostgreSQL is 100 lines of diff, and the changes to Olson's
> timezone library is 100 lines of diff. The timezone library itself is
> 173k tgz file, which will add to our download size, but not too much.
The patch says: Note! Not integrated with makefile/autoconf. Bruce has
promised to fix this :-)
Where is the patch for that? ISTM that this should be available first or the
build will be broken?
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