The Hermit Hacker wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Mar 2001, Thomas Lockhart wrote:
> > Solaris x86 7.0 2000-04-12, Marc Fournier
> > scrappy, do you still have this machine?
> Doing tests on Solaris x86/7 right now, will report as soon as they are
> done ...
> > Solaris 2.5.1-2.7 Sparc 7.0 2000-04-12, Peter Eisentraut
> > I'll bet that someone already has Solaris covered. Report?
> Will do up Sparc/7 also this morning ...
In my tests on sparc/7 my compile died at line 3088 of
./pgmodule.c:3088: parse error before `init_pg'
That's line 3137 of today's (22Mar) snapshot, which reads:
/* Initialization function for the module */
I'm not a C expert by any means, but I can't figure how that is valid.
Given my ignorance, I don't want to call it a bug. Plus we don't use the
python module in production, nor the sparc platform. But it seemed worth
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