Michael Meskes írta:
> On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 11:09:34AM +0100, Boszormenyi Zoltan wrote:
>> After I sent it and reread my mail, I realized that my fix
>> wouldn't be enough because of the above: ECPG uses sprintf()
>> for float and double, and just like in the backend, a common
>> code to send "NaN" and +/- "Infinity" to the server is needed.
>> New patch is attached.
> Does it work for you? I get regression test failures. Haven't looked into the
> function yet though.
Arggg. I didn't update the regression test's stderr.
Actually, I didn't do "make install" before running "make check"
and the target directory had the libraries with my previous changeset.
The diff you quoted reflects the last change. Result of
double d; /* contains NaN or +/- INF */
is platform-dependent, the new string is
"fixed" across all platforms.
Here's the new patch with the updated regression test.
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