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Re: New minor release?

From: Zdenek Kotala <Zdenek(dot)Kotala(at)Sun(dot)COM>
To: Dave Page <dpage(at)pgadmin(dot)org>
Cc: pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: New minor release?
Date: 2009-09-04 19:21:20
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Lists: pgadmin-hackers
Dave Page píše v pá 04. 09. 2009 v 17:27 +0100:

> Just to give a little background and info in case I missed editting
> any of the details:
> - All of these came from the EDB QA team, who were testing the build
> we'll ship with Advanced Server 8.3R2.
> - If you see any mention of 'Postgres Studio', substitute pgAdmin. The
> code is identical for this release.

I try it on latest Nevada build and I'm not able to reproduce. Some bugs
seems are related to the Advanced Server which I don't have installed.
And of course I don't have Chines keyboard ;-).

> - The builds the QA team were testing are from our change management
> (CM) team. I believe they were using the Sun Studio compiler. At one
> point they were also using a custom build of GTK to work around some
> nasty bugs, the details of which escape me at present.

It is good to know that GCC on Sparc is buggy and slow. I seen also that
some issue are reported on old S10 version. You should retest it on
latest version of S10 which is update 7. At least S10U4 contains libxml
which is required.

> - Some of the responses (normally along the lines of 'I can't
> reproduce this on S10/x86_64) came from me. I was testing my own
> builds, and using GCC 'cos I can't get wxWidgets to compile with the
> latest Sun Studio.

You can look
We build it with the latest SUN Studio. For S10 we used older Sun
Studio. Both works fine as well. 

> - Most of these issues seem to be Sparc specific, and some are Solaris
> 9 specific (mainly the sizing related ones I think).

Are they sparc specific because you don't have x86 Solaris 9 or does it
really problem on the Sparc build.

> I was going to give these more attention when my hardware turns up,
> but if you can knock any off, or show they are something specific to
> CM's build/environment that'd be most helpful. In any case, all of
> these potentially affect community users, so I'd like to clear out as
> many as possible before 1.10.1.

You can see how pgadmin is built on Solaris. I commit 1.10 today and it
should be visible tomorrow


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