OK, I have applied this. Seems you really put out a few versions for
BEOS, and I am sorry for that. I did not use your 99 version because it
seemed there weren't too many #ifdef's in ipc.c.
All your patches applied, except a few because HAVE_UNIX_SOCKETS now
handles unix socket testing, rather than os-specific tests. Please try
the snapshot and let me know how it works on beos.
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> New diff that now covers the entire tree. Applying this gets postgresql
> working on the VERY latest version of BeOS. I'm sure there will be
> alot of comments, but then if there weren't I'd be disappointed!
> Thanks for your continuing efforts to get this into your tree.
> Haven't bothered with the new files as they haven't changed.
> BTW Peter, the compiler is "broken" about the bool define and so on.
> I'm filing a bug report to try and get it addressed. Hopefully then we
> can tidy up the code a bit.
> I await the replies with interest :)
> "I never get involved in my own life, it's way
> too complicated."
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