On Tue, Sep 04, 2001 at 10:41:50AM -0600, Russell Black wrote:
> > Except the PgAdmin already mentioned, there also remains the pgaccess, a
> MSAccess like frontend to the database, written in Tk/Tcl, which is part of
> the main distribution.
> > SLao
> By "main distribution" do you mean the standard cygwin install? I just ran
> the cygwin setup.exe last week, but I don't appear to have a pgaccess
> executable: see below
> bash: pgaccess: command not found
> /cygdrive/c/cygwin>find . -name '*pgaccess*'
The pgaccess man page contains the following:
pgaccess is written in Tcl/Tk. Your PostgreSQL installa-
tion needs to be built with Tcl support for pgaccess to be
Cygwin PostgreSQL is not configured with Tcl/Tk, which explains why
pgaccess is not including in the distribution. Cygwin PostgreSQL is not
configured with Tcl/Tk because Cygwin Tcl has "issues." If interested,
search the archives for the details.
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