On 9/28/12 10:35 AM, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
> Now there is one more problem in this area which is that the patch
> defined a new type pg_int64 for frontend code (postgres_ext.h). This
> seems a bad idea to me. We already have int64 defined in c.h. Should
> we expose int64 to postgres_ext.h somehow? Should we use standard-
> mandated int64_t instead? One way would be to have a new configure
> check for int64_t, and if that type doesn't exist, then just don't
> provide the 64 bit functionality to frontend.
Or create a new type like pg_lo_off_t.
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