I have been hacking around trying to get a clean build without much luck. I
have adjusted the compile options and fixed one casting problem to get all C
code compiled. I also extracted all the external symbols successfully.
(AIX requirement) However, I get the following message at link time:
ld: 0711-362 ERROR: Glink code cannot be added for function: _ptrgl
This function is used by compilers and must be called directly.
Shared libraries are a bit more tricky on AIX, but I thought I had the
routine pretty well figured out. I am at a complete loss here.
Andreas, could you give it a try?
Jan Wieck wrote:
> I wonder if anyone ever played around with PL/pgSQL. So far
> (except for the missing Makefile) I got no response if it
> compiles/works on other platforms than my Linux.
> Since there are only a few details left in the rewrite code
> for 6.4 I would like to get back on it. I think 6.4 BETA is
> the right time to check if it works on all the platforms (6.4
> is the first time we ship it).
> I would do it by adding a build/install with (errors ignored
> first) to the Makefiles. Then another regression test could
> check if it works.
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