Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 14. Dezember 2004 14:10 schrieb Bruce Momjian:
> > Did you look at the patch? To support it would require us to use a
> > special CC setting for all cases where we are linking to a threaded
> > libpq. I don't think we want to add that ugliness to our code just to
> > support it, just like we didn't do a similar change to support threading
> > on unixware.
> Maybe we are just having different notions of "supported". I think people can
> already set CC and CFLAGS themselves to get all-threaded builds. And that is
> supported, I think, because we allow users to set CC and CFLAGS. If we write
> "cc_r is not supported", then we might shut out users where we don't have to.
> As I said, one user already reported to have used it.
OK, text updated:
# Supporting cc_r would require a special CC in all places that
# use libpq, and that is ugly, so we don't do it. Users can still
# define their compiler as cc_r to do thread builds of everything.
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