Christoph Zwerschke wrote:
> Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> > You should query the presence of the function, not the version of the
> > library.
> Yes, but it will complicate things. I will probably have to use
> something like "configure" to do this. So far, this hasn't been
> necessary. So I'd prefer a simple hack. Or how would you to this?
I was wondering that myself. I am thinking you would need to use
dlopen() to check for the symbol. Because the libpq version could
change after you compile, I can't see how you could make it a configure
check unless you said you don't allow changes to libpq after the build.
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