> At this point the Irix port is nearly complete. There are two problems
> that remain.
> First, the snprintf function does not process the %lld format
> correctly. Frankly, there is no reason to use it in
> src/backend/utils/adt/int8.c because there is not chance of exceeding
> the supplied buffer. sprintf is safe in this circumstance and works
Are you talking about the Irix snprintf, our our ports/snprintf.c?
> Second, the SGI C++ compiler does not recognize #include <string>,
> and it fails.
Where is this?
> I still have to run a multiprocess test of the new locking code,
> and will let you know the results when I have them.
> Overall, PostgreSQL is looking good!
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