Magnus Hagander wrote:
> So, the new API function requires Windows 2000 or more, and I think
> the reason it's failing is that the headers in 8.2 don't specify that
> at this point. Which means that 8.2 today theoretically at least runs
> on NT4. Which leads to the question - do we want to back out the
> patch, have 8.2 keep working on that, and having 8.2 fail in the few
> unusual scenarios we have now, or do we also backpatch the requirement
> to run on win2k or later?
I think the safest course is to revert the fix and keep 8.2 working on
all platforms on which it used to work.
Alvaro Herrera http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.
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