Gerhard Häring wrote:
> > Also, what would be the advantage of the mingw32 specific makefiles that
> > you sent,
> That's simple: they build native win32 libraries with zero euros worth of
> >versus just using the win32 native ones that we already have?
> These only work with M$ Visual C++ and are in a proprietary Makefile format
> that works with no other compiler than M$'s.
Does this mean with these patches people can compile PostgreSQL on WinNT
using something free like Bloodshed's Dev-C++? (er... www.bloodshed.net
if anyone's interested, it includes mingw32 with the install).
My only comment is "at last" if this can be made to work.
Regards and best wishes,
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