Tom Lane írta:
> Boszormenyi Zoltan <zb(at)cybertec(dot)at> writes:
>> Can you try whether the first patch (missing float.h from data.c)
>> solves the problem? And together with the 2nd one? In that
>> patch I fixed the order of float.h and math.h in nan_test.pgc,
>> which is the opposite of the order found in e.g. backend/utils/adt/float.c.
>> The 3rd patch is explicit about NetBSD/mips but it doesn't feel right.
> The third patch is surely wrong. We don't need to do that in the
> backend's instance of get_float8_nan, so ecpglib shouldn't need it
> I suspect that the ultimate cause of this is either one of the header
> inclusion inconsistencies you found, or something associated with
> not pulling in all the stuff that postgres.h does. port/netbsd.h
> is empty though, so it's not immediately clear what might be missing.
ecpglib/data.c includes "postgres_fe.h", so it should be pulling
everything that's relevant from port/*, right?
Michael, can we try to install the first two patches?
They wouldn't hurt.
Thanks in advance,
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