Well Thanks you both for your answers, I really appreciate your opinions on
And Heikki I would really like to take a look to that book. If I have the
chance to read it
I will tell you how the things go Ok...
Greets and Thanks one more time..
2006/9/27, Heikki Linnakangas <heikki(at)enterprisedb(dot)com>:
> luis garcia wrote:
> > Hi I'm a student from Valencia-Venezuela and I'm working with some
> > other friends to make PostgreSQL allows the definition of Temporal
> > Databases and their respective Selection, Insertion and some other
> > functions needed to treat this paradigm (all based in TSQL2 Query
> > Language).
> That's interesting. May I suggest that you take a look at a book called
> "Temporal Data & the Relational Model" by C.J. Date, Hugh Darwin and
> Nikos Lorentzos
> It describes the best approach I've seen this far to dealing with
> temporal data.
> > Right now we are working directly on the source code and making
> > different changes during the day, so I'd like to ask you which is the
> > better
> > choice for re-building (I'm not sure if that is the right term) only the
> > code
> > files that I just have changed.
> > I'm working on a Slow PC with not to many recourse, so every time I
> > make (-configure/-make/-make-install/) i lose like 30 minutes of work,
> > and I have been thinking in some other way to only re-configure the
> > I've recently changed.
> Well, you don't need to run configure every time you want to build. If
> you just run "make", it will compile just the changes. I'd suggest
> running the configure with the --enable-depend option, so it picks up
> changes in header files better.
> Also take a look at ccache (http://ccache.samba.org/). And if you have
> more PCs to spare, you might want to set up distcc.
> Heikki Linnakangas
> EnterpriseDB http://www.enterprisedb.com
Luis D. García M.
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