> PostgreSQL extension makefile framework ("pgxs"), by Fabien Coelho, with
> some massaging by Peter Eisentraut. This is basically a simple
> generalization of the existing contrib makefiles.
Thanks for your help.
I'm having a look at CVS know, and it seems to me that one cannot pgxs
"dynamic" stuff to install any contrib, because:
(1) all makefiles in contrib include directly "src/Makefile.global" which
is generated by configure, although it is already included by the
"src/makefiles/pgxs.mk" makefile anyway, so it seems to me that it
is useless because redundant?
(2) only static includes are used, so I cannot use "pg_config --pgxs"
approach to install a contrib against an already compiled postgresql?
basically, you drop the USE_PGXS stuff for dynamic configuration
of contrib makefiles, and I have found no replacement.
That does annoy me a little bit not to be able to use it, as it was one of
my motivations for doing all that stuff...
May I enquire on the rational for the current status?
Would it be possible to have both worlds?
If not, what is the actual issue?
What was broken with version 4 I sent?
Or am I missing something somewhere? I'm pretty jetlagged this afternoon...:-(
Thanks in advance,
Fabien Coelho - coelho(at)cri(dot)ensmp(dot)fr
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