On Fri, Jul 27, 2007 at 03:49:02PM -0400, JLT wrote:
> Can someone tell me how to use the libpgtcl in the OS X 10.4.9 system
> When I try load libpgtcl it tells me it is not a dylib
> jlt$ tclsh8.4
> % load /usr/local/pgsql/lib/libpgtcl.so
> no suitable image found. Did find:
> /usr/local/pgsql/lib/libpgtcl.so: not a dylib
There are 3 Tcl interfaces to PostgreSQL, all hosted on pgfoundry.org.
pgintcl is my pure-Tcl version. You might want to try it at least to get
started, as it should run anywhere you have Tcl.
For best performance, use one of the C implementations: pgtcl or pgtclng.
(Both of these compile into "libpgtcl", by the way.)
But these will need to be compiled for your system type. Pgtclng is mine,
but I don't have access to an OS X system so I can't test it or build it
for OS X. The Pgtcl project might have a libpgtcl built for your OS X.
Where did your libpgtcl.so come from?
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