On Oct 18, 2010, at 9:25 AM, Tom Lane wrote:
> Joel Lopes Da Silva <joel(at)lopes-da-silva(dot)com> writes:
>> On Oct 18, 2010, at 7:16 AM, Tom Lane wrote:
>>> What commands did you issue, exactly?
>> I did:
>> ./configure --enable-thread-safety \
>> --with-openssl \
>> --with-perl \
>> --with-python \
>> --with-tcl \
>> --with-bonjour \
>> --with-pam \
>> sudo make install
>> This set of commands used to put the man pages in /usr/local/pgsql/share/man
> Ah. This is an intentional change, then. "make install" now always
> doesn't install the docs. (Its behavior used to vary depending on
> whether prebuilt docs were present in the source tree, which was odd.)
> There is now a separate top-level target "make install-docs".
> You might also consider "make world" followed by "make install-world",
> which will build and install core + docs + contrib.
Thank you very much Tom. Then I guess you can close this bug report as "Behaves correctly".
Joel Lopes Da Silva
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