Shridhar Daithankar wrote:
> Bruce Momjian wrote:
>> Shridhar Daithankar wrote:
>>> Bruce Momjian wrote:
>>>> Uh, were did you get this snapshot? Hold old was it? These newline
>>>> problems were fixed perhaps 2 weeks ago.
>>> It is timestamped at 6/7/2004, 8:09 AM.
>>> Anyways, I will install flex and bison and use CVS. I was just being
>>> lazy to opt for a snapshot..
>> That is certainly new enough. We added a MinGW workaround to fix a
>> problem with extra newlines coming from psql, but you might have a
>> configuration that doesn't need the workaround.
>> Do you need this line in psql/print.c?
>> #ifndef __MINGW32__
>> /* for some reason MinGW outputs an extra newline, so this
>> supresses it */
>> fputc('\n', fout);
>> That might be the cause of your problem? If you have it try removing
>> it and recompile.
> No it is not. A quick #if 0...#endif around it and recompile produced
> 87 failures out of 95 test, one being ignored.
> Leaving it for a full build as I am calling it a day. Will give it
> another go tomorrow morning..
What you would need to test is not #ifdefing the whole thing out -
rather you would need to enable the fputc by removing the #ifndef and
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