On Wed, Feb 10, 1999 at 11:31:15AM +0800, hoelc wrote:
> I have a PostgreSQL-6.2.1 ( in RedHat Linux 5.0), and it doesn't has "ecpg".
That's correct. Ecpg is bundled with PostgreSQL since 6.3.
> I have downloaded "ecpg" from internet, but don't know how to install it into my
> PostgreSQL system. Please advise.
Which version of ecpg? You should be able to compile ecpg standalon without
much of a problem. Just make sure all programs you develop are linked with
-lecpg -lpq. Of course both libraries must be accessible. Also ecpg come
with some additional include files that have to be installed in a place
where cpp finds them.
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