"Merlin Moncure" <merlin(dot)moncure(at)rcsonline(dot)com> writes:
>> For the past few days I have experienced compile failure with CVS HEAD
>> on win32.
>> The culprit is src/port/pipe.c which uses ereport() when it only
>> #includes "c.h".
> Try replacing "c.h" with "postgres.h". I fixed that on the win32
> binaries and forgot to mention it.
There was a recently submitted patch to change postgres.h to c.h in a
bunch of src/port modules, which I applied without looking closely.
Apparently it was a tad overenthusiastic.
The big question here is whether pipe.c is interesting for use in
frontend programs. If so, it can't use ereport/elog at all, and we'll
need to change the code. If not, we can just revert the inclusion
Are there failures in any other src/port modules now?
regards, tom lane
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