Bruce Momjian wrote:
> jeroenv(at)design(dot)nl, can you send in patches for these?
> > > I'm running PostgreSQL 6.3 on Linux 2.1.85 with gcc 2.8.0 and libc5. So
> > > far no problems, however I noted some cleanups / enhancements which I
> > > would like to do. Before I send you a bunch of patches I thought I'll
> > > tell you what I'm planning to do. Please comment on my list and indicate
> > > whether I should go ahead.
> > >
> > > - Fix all Makefiles so 'make dep' and 'make depend' work
> > > - Fix all Makefiles so 'make clean' throws away the depend file
> > > - Some other Makefile cleanups
> > These all sound good. If there is a possibility of large breakage, wait
> > until after v6.3.
> > > - gcc 2.8.0 issues some additional warnings which are very easy to fix:
> > > - register i --> register int i
There's a patch attached to fix gcc 2.8.x warnings, except for the
yyerror ones from bison. It also includes a few 'enhancements' to the C
programming style (which are, of course, personal).
The other patch removes the compilation of backend/lib/qsort.c, as
qsort() is a standard function in stdlib.h and can be used any where
else (and it is). It was only used in
> > Some or all of these changes might not be appropriate for v6.3, since we
> > are in beta testing and since they do not affect the current functionality.
> > For those cases, how about submitting patches based on the final v6.3
> > release?
There's more to come. Please review these patches. I ran the regression
tests and they only failed where this was expected (random, geo, etc).
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