Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> writes:
>> Shouldn't it be like.o to like_match.c?
> Technically yes, but since it's an #included file you don't need it at all
> if all you want is to get it to compile. For complete dependencies it's
> --enable-depend and this one will be included automatically.
Sure, but there are a few dependencies that seem important enough to
hard-wire into the Makefiles, so that they'll be honored even if you
don't do --enable-depend. backend/parser has some, for example.
This one seemed to me to be of that ilk. I expect to have to be careful
if I hack .h files without having enabled dependencies ... but one
normally doesn't need to think about that for .c files.
regards, tom lane
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