<quote who="Dustin Sallings">
> On Mar 25, 2004, at 1:21, Neil Conway wrote:
>> I think the lack of good Win32 support (unless rectified before the
>> release of 7.5) is a pretty major problem with Arch -- that alone
>> might be sufficient to prevent us from adopting it.
> I don't do Windows, but my understanding is that tla is as well
> supported on Windows as postgres is.
It that like the best beach volleball player in Antarctica? The Windows
port of Postgresql is still in its infancy. It's coming along, but its
not a finished product.
> The design is fundamentally easy enough that a Windows user who cares
> could probably make a more suitable port for Windows than the UNIX guys
> are interested in making. I've seen such discussions on the list.
> Dustin Sallings
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