On 02/29/2012 02:33 PM, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> On sön, 2011-05-08 at 19:35 -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
>> I believe that the "make check" target in src/test/isolation is
>> fundamentally unportable, as is illustrated by the fact that buildfarm
>> member coypu is currently choking on it. The reason is that the
>> pg_isolation_regress program depends on libpq, and in particular it
>> depends on having an *installed* libpq. Anyplace where it appears to
>> work, it's because you already installed Postgres, or at least libpq.
> I came across this old issue. Unless I'm missing something, there is no
> reason why pg_isolation_regress needs to be linked with libpq at all,
> and it works fine without it. If we removed the libpq link, then it
> would work just like pg_regress and could support "make check".
> Apparently, -Wl,--as-needed isn't working too well here.
I believe we can't rely on it working. If we really don't need libpq
then why not just filter it out?
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