Christoph Zwerschke wrote:
> I tried to compile PyGreSQL under Windows.
> Everything seems to work, except some functions which are using PQprint.
> Whenever these functions are called, I get a Windows exception.
> I am using the following versions:
> Windows XP SP2
> Python: 2.4.2
> PostgreSQL 8.1.2
> PyGreSQL 3.8
> For compilation I used MinGW and Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003, both
> work fine, but both have the same problem mentioned above.
> Can anybody confirm that PQprint is or was ever running under Windows?
> The 8.1 docu does not say that it is deprecated or not running under
> Windows. Can it be a bug?
It should work. What exception are you getting, and what line in the C
file is it complaining about?
> I also noticed that the HTML code in PQprint is not very clean and
> sometimes even wrong, e.g. it has <centre> instead of <center>.
Fixed in 8.1.X.
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