Tom, Hiroshi ...
I expected these sort of responses, I accept that you guys do *MORE* than
enough, my post was in no way meant to be a personal thing...
I was simply confused/concerned at the statements being made, and was just
trying to raise awareness of the unix camp.
I suppose people in glass houses and all...
Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> on 19/02/2002 15:01:57
To: "Carl Shelbourne" <Carl(dot)Shelbourne(at)marconi(dot)com>
Subject: Re: [INTERFACES] odbc on unix
"Carl Shelbourne" <Carl(dot)Shelbourne(at)marconi(dot)com> writes:
> I'm a little concerned about the indifference towards *nix ODBC. People
> using it. We particularly use the unixODBC version.
> It seems to me that the ODBC interface is beginning to splinter, with
> looking very much like a third class citizen. Of carse its easy for me to
> complain, from my point of very little understanding, but from Hiroshi
> Inoue post on 18 Feb:
> The recent changes were made by me mostly and I have no ODBC environment
on *nix. So the changes are mainly for Windows.
> Is there no way that commited changes can be checked for impact on both
communities, ok its good to see development continuing on the driver, but
> the changes have to be platform specific?
Somebody needs to take responsibility for checking the Unix version.
Are you volunteering?
(Hiroshi does quite enough work around here already; if he doesn't want
to run portability checks on the ODBC code, I can hardly blame him.)
regards, tom lane
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