"Ross J. Reedstrom" wrote:
> > Does anyone object if I modify pgaccess so that it always specifies the
> > full path to the library? That seems like it'd be a good idea even on
> > OSes without this quirk, because it'd ensure getting the matching
> > version of libpgtcl and libpq even if your SHLIB_PATH/LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> > points to some other version.
> Sounds like a good idea, to me. Getting the wrong library loaded leads to
> non-obvious error messages, as well.
Yes. The full path to libpgtcl might be specified directly in pgaccess.
But libpq library need to be found automatically because it isn't in a "load"
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