Michael Meskes <meskes(at)postgresql(dot)org> writes:
>> What's the problem with long double?
>> Isn't it a standard C data type?
> Is it? Is it available on non-gcc compilers too?
"long double" doesn't exist in ANSI C; it's a new feature of C99.
Since we have no backend datatype that corresponds to long double,
I don't see any strong reason for ecpg to support it.
regards, tom lane
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