> On Fri, 5 Jan 2007 20:57:00 -0500 (EST), Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us>
> > I have created the following patch based on your description of how to
> > get BCC compiled. Please let me know how it works against a stock
> > PostgreSQL 8.2.X and I can include the patch in 8.2.2.
> I tried the CVS version just now and noticed that
> (1) I have to do "ln -s libpq.rc.in libpq.rc".
Interesting question. I looked at the install instructions and there is
no mention of this for MSVC or BCC:
I looked at the win32.mak file, and see no refererence to libpq.rc.in,
so how is the MSVC working? Should we add rules for both?
> (2) File blibpqdll.def is missing. I then got one from
> Then it compiles fine and appears to work with _old_ libwine.
Uh, it is supposed to be build by this rule:
echo '; DEF file for Borland C++ Builder' > $@
echo 'LIBRARY BLIBPQ' >> $@
echo 'EXPORTS' >> $@
sed -e '/^#/d' -e 's/^\(.* \)\([0-9][0-9]*\)/ _\1@ \2/' < $< >> $@
echo '' >> $@
echo '; Aliases for MS compatible names' >> $@
sed -e '/^#/d' -e 's/^\(.* \)\([0-9][0-9]*\)/ \1= _\1/' < $< | sed 's/ *$$//' >> $@
Is there a reason this failed?
> By the way, I have not received any response to BUG #2827. Hopefully
> someone will help.
Yes, I saw that. It is not clear whether this is a libpq problem or a
Wine problem. We are unsure how to debug this. I wonder whether it is
a problem with getaddrinfo. We did fix an addrinfo issue in 8.2.1:
* Improve handling of getaddrinfo() on AIX (Tom)
I wonder if that fixes it.
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