Okay, I could fix it by myself now:
One has to tell Visual C++ to ignore msvcrt.lib.
A warning message during the compilation of my code already lamented a
conflict between msvcrt and the included libraries.
I should have taken it for serious instead of just ignoring it.
So now everything works fine and I know again why I usually prefer to
work with GNU tools and linux whenever possible.
Thanks for your help.
> My application looks like this:
> #include <iostream>
> #include "libpq-fe.h"
> using namespace std;
> int main(void)
> PGconn *conn;
> const char *info = "hostaddr = 'postgres.server.com' \
> port = '5432' \
> dbname = 'mydb' \
> user = 'user' \
> password = 'secret' \
> connect_timeout = '3'";
> conn = PQconnectdb (info);
> return 0;
> Unfortunately, I really can't figure out the problem with it.
> However, the code works fine when I try to compile it using:
> g++ -I"C:\Programs\PostgreSQL8.4\include" \
> -L"C:\Programs\PostgreSQL\8.4\lib" \
> -lpq \
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