I put the email below on the general list, without response. I hope
it gets some response from the hackers list.
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From: Darren Weber <darren(dot)weber(dot)lists(at)gmail(dot)com>
Date: Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 6:10 PM
Subject: Has anyone built pgbash-7.3 against postgreSQL-8.3?
I'm curious about pgbash. I've taken a look at the website here:
According to the history on the main home page, the pgbash package was
last updated in 2003, ie:
2003.02.11 : pgbash-7.3 released (for PostgreSQL-7.3 and bash-2.05a).
I've made a start to build that package against postgresql-8.3 (on
macports). The build failed with:
cc -O2 -I/opt/local/include/postgresql83 -c exec_sql_main.c
exec_sql_main.c:130: error: static declaration of 'sqlca' follows
sqlca.h:44: error: previous declaration of 'sqlca' was here
make: *** [exec_sql_main.o] Error 1
make: *** [../exec_sql/exec_sql_init.o] Error 1
It would be nice to debug this, if anyone can help?
I wonder about the general status of pgbash among the postgres
community - is it useful and is it still used? Perhaps something else
replaced it and the development work stopped in 2003 in favor of
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