Michael Meskes wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 04, 2007 at 03:30:07AM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
>> AFAICS, Peter's recent incomplete updating of error message wording
>> should have broken every last man jack of 'em. And yet there's still
>> some green to be seen. I think we are looking at problems in the ecpg
>> test scaffolding. For instance, dragonfly claims a green build, but
>> shows this interesting trace:
>> testing connect/test2.pgc ... ./pg_regress: bad substitution
> Is it possible to find out which line is reporting this error? Looks to
> me like some incompatibility on the shell side.
turnip_moth is also a Solaris 9 box and doesn't seem have the same issue.
Kris, is there anything unusual installed on the box that would make it
behave like this?
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