>>> On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 7:43 PM, Tatsuo Ishii <ishii(at)postgresql(dot)org> wrote:
>>>> So if my understating is correct, 1)Tomas Vondra commits to work on
>>>> Windows support for 9.4, 2)on the assumption that one of Andrew
>>>> Dunstan, Dave Page or Magnus Hagander will help him in Windows
>>>> Ok? If so, I can commit the patch for 9.3 without Windows support. If
>>>> not, I will move the patch to next CF (for 9.4).
>>>> Please correct me if I am wrong.
>>> +1 for this approach. I agree with Dave and Magnus that we don't want
>>> Windows to become a second-class platform, but this patch isn't making
>>> it so. The #ifdef that peeks inside of an instr_time is already
>>> there, and it's not Tomas's fault that nobody has gotten around to
>>> fixing it before now.
>>> OTOH, I think that this sort of thing is quite wrong:
>>> +#ifndef WIN32
>>> + " --aggregate-interval NUM\n"
>>> + " aggregate data over NUM seconds\n"
>>> The right approach if this can't be supported on Windows is to still
>>> display the option in the --help output, and to display an error
>>> message if the user tries to use it, saying that it is not currently
>>> supported on Windows. That fact should also be mentioned in the
>> Agreed. This seems to be much better approach.
> Here is the new patch.
Committed (with minor fix).
SRA OSS, Inc. Japan
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