Bruce Momjian wrote:
>Neil Conway wrote:
>>Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
>>>In reading the patch, it seems he is only doing "zero equals
>>>unknown" on Win32, so I think we are fine.
>>That's what I was trying to avoid: where possible, we shouldn't
>>introduce platform-dependent #ifdefs IMHO.
>But the platform doesn't give us what we want so I don't see why we
>should weaken other platforms just for consistency.
Surely the operative words are "where possible". Looks like this is one
case where it is not reasonably possible. I don't think we will ever be
totally rid of them. I tried quite hard to keep them to a minimum in
initdb, but eliminating them was not really an option.
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