I am failing to install postgreSQL due to, it seems, some C++-style
in odbc code (interface/odbc/info.c). I get:
info.c:92: unterminated character constant
Whe I try to "fix" the makefile to use g++ instead of gcc, it still
info.c:2303: warning: ANSI C++ forbids implicit conversion from `void *'
in argument passing
So to my system, it looks like C files with C++ comments.
Am I missing something obvious?
N.B. Up until ODBC, it compiled cleanly with no warnings on gcc.
My system - linux 3.0.35, gcc 2.7.2, libc5.4.23.
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