pgAdmin 1.10 (and earlier) will throw an error if a user tries to
connect to an IPv6 address (for example ::1, which is IPv6 localhost).
This patch fixes this issue on Linux (and probably Mac). But it just
doesn't compile on Windows. Any ideas on a fix for Windows?
Actually, I'm wondering why we try to resolve the hostname on pgAdmin.
libpq already does this. Can't we just push the string to libpq and let
it resolve the string address? it would be a more simple fix for our issue.
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