Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Alvaro Herrera wrote:
> > Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> >> I'm confused. There is a Cygwin member of buildfarm, working quite
> >> happily. Can you point me to the exact patch in question, please? I
> >> thought we resolved the matter of stat() ages ago.
> > http://archives.postgresql.org/message-id/4865F707.6010702%40x-ray.at
> That patch is NOT about $subject. In fact, if you read that whole thread
> you will see here
> http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-hackers/2008-06/msg00915.php that I
> conducted a test on Cygwin and found it was not suffering from the
> problem we fixed on WIN32.
> AFAICT Reini's patch is about fixing OpenSSL and possibly some other
> options on Cygwin. It was rejected because it had other problems, but is
> not indicative of a fundamental problem on Cygwin. There is no reason I
> am aware of that we should declare Cygwin no longer supported, no matter
> how much its continued existence apparently annoys a few people :-) .
Oh, good, thanks for clearing that up. So should we just document that
OpenSSL doesn't work on Cygwin and call this item closed?
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