On 04/28/2011 12:41 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
>> warning: unknown conversion type character 'G' in format
>> warning: unknown conversion type character 'V' in format
> These are a bit interesting. According to the Single Unix Spec, %V
> has been standard for strftime since at least 1997, so it's damn odd
> if MS' version doesn't support that. OTOH, %G is *not* in that standard
> ... should we try to avoid using that?
> But it looks like all those cases are only reached if the ecpg-using
> application tries to use those formats, so maybe any portability risks
> there aren't our problem. Maybe a reasonable fix is the one that's
> already there for %g, ie, just prevent the gcc check from occurring.
I'll make that change if Michael's happy.
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