On Wed, Nov 03, 2004 at 11:51:41PM +0100, Hans-G?nther R?wekamp wrote:
> \fe connect.c:
> Warning W8017..\..\include\port/win32.h 37: Redefinition of ' DLL IMPORT '
> is not identically
> Error E2209 \fe connect.c 23: Include file ' unistd.h ' cannot be opened
> Error E2209 \fe connect.c for 32: Include file ' pg_config_paths.h ' cannot
> be opened
> Error E2451 \fe connect.c for 2399: Undefined symbol ' SYSCONFDIR ' in
> function parseServiceInfo
> Where can I get the missing file?
It would seem that you're hitting several unrelated problems here:
1. The include/port/win32.h header appears to try to set things up in a
way that's right for Microsoft's compiler, but thinking that it's right
for Microsoft's OS. The company doesn't always make it easy to
distinguish between the two; you may need to do some research to find out
how DLL importing is handled in Borland C++ Builder as opposed to MS
Visual C++. Either that, or look for a suitable "Visual C++ compatibility"
option in your compiler.
2. The unistd.h header is something your system/compiler combination
would normally provide. You either have it or you don't; it's not likely
to be fixable if you don't. *However,* there's a chance that the
configuration script actually checks for it and knows how to work around
a missing unistd.h, and this is simply a case where the file shouldn't
be included. Try commenting out the #include <unistd.h>; if you get
lots of errors for undefined Unix types/functions, you're out of luck.
3. Have you tried doing a search for pg_config_paths.h? If it doesn't
exist, it's probably generated by the configure script. Did you get
any errors when you ran the configure script?
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