> [Comments]:* Better to call this a 'report' rather than a 'failure'; we
> do have readline on this system (though probably a 32-bit version).
> If 64-bit PostgreSQL requires a 64-bit build of readline, and if
> checking for a 64-bit readline is an intended new behavior of the
> configure script, then this report should be considered only an 'FYI'
> for the next tester...
It does. That's why installing on 64-bit Windows is so hard. And no, I
don't know where you can get a 64-bit readline on Solaris, IIRC, we just
disabled it at Sun.
-- Josh Berkus
PostgreSQL Experts Inc.
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