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Re: Call for platform reports

From: Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us>
To: "[Hor_k Daniel]" <horak(at)sit(dot)plzen-city(dot)cz>
Cc: pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Call for platform reports
Date: 2000-03-31 14:13:53
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Applied.  Thanks.

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> Hello,
> I have tested the beta3 on WinNT and here are the results:
> - I was unable to compile ecpg due to the ":=" instead of "=" in defining
> LIBPQDIR and some other variables in
> - pg_id (and also pg_encoding) executable was not removed during "make
> clean" - there was no $(X) appended to the executable name for rm
> - I have added result for int2, int4, float8 and geometry regression tests
>         - int2, int2 - yet another message for too large numbers ;-)
>         - float8 - it is problably a bug in the newlib C library - it has no
> error message for numbers with exponent -400
>         - geometry - differences in precision of float numbers
> - I have added appropriate lines into resultmap file
> - I have modified the script to use "case" statement when testing
> the hostname. For cygwin the script is called with "i686-pc-cygwin" (on my
> machine) as a parameter and this was not catched with the "if" statement.
> The check was done for PORTNAME (win) and not HOSTNAME (i.86-pc-cygwin*).
> The patch for described modifications is included.
> All this modifications can be applied to "current" tree too.
> The compilation was done on CygwinB20.1 with gcc 2.95, cygipc library 1.05.
> The binaries were able to run also on the newest development snapshot
> (2000-03-25).
> 			Dan

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