On Tue, Jan 4, 2011 at 18:46, Ashesh Vashi <ashesh(dot)vashi(at)enterprisedb(dot)com>wrote:
> Hi Magnus/Dave,
> This check-in has added one compilation error.
> The following line introduce an error in file '*pgadmin/db/keywords.c*'
> *#include <server/parser/gram.h>
> #include <server/parser/kwlist.h>*
> Because - these header files does not always find under *`pg_config
> --includedir`* folder, but can be found under *`pg_config --pkgincludedir`
> Please find the patch to resolve the issue. This applies on both master and
> REL-1_12_PATCHES branch.
Looks good in general, but do we actually need to put it on 1.12? The
keyword build changes were only applied to master, so unless we actually
*need* it on the back branch, I don't think we should put it there. Is it
needed for something else as well?
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