Tim Dunnington writes:
> The most difficult problem we had was compiling it for AIX. Specifically, we
> had to have Tcl support, because our product is based on Tcl. However, it
> wouldn't compile for Tcl, and the pre-compiled packages at bull didn't
> support Tcl. If you haven't been to bull, go there and see the link for the
> open source AIX software: http://www.bull.de. Once we figured out the
> problem (which required a makefile hack) it compiled for Tcl without a hitch.
Would you care to share what kind of modifications you had to make to get
Tcl support to compile so that we can include this in the next release?
> If you're happy to use postgres without Tcl support, then I'd suggest getting
> the packages from bull, which can be installed via smit. Note that you'll
> also need to have the perl 5 package installed first; its a pre-requisite for
> the postgres package, but the website doesn't tell you that.
That is false. Perl is not needed.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net http://yi.org/peter-e/
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