From an earlier message (not in reply to me), you ask:
>> BTW, why don't you use my pre-built PostgreSQL 7.1.3 that is part of
>> the standard Cygwin distribution? Does it not meet your needs?
I need to use pgTcl (and am interested in pgPython). Thus, I have to build to create the pgTcl.dll. For the record, I would *love* not to ever have to compile, configure and install postgresql again (especially looking at all the Tcl build errors that just popped up on my screen)! I love the idea that postgres is part of cygwin...too bad it's incomplete for my needs.
BTW, do I need to be able to build the whole postgresql tree to use pgtcl? (I.E., even if I had just the pgtcl.dll with the cygwin version of postgresql, I still can't register the pgTcl handler without a hook for tcl in postgres.exe, correct?).
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