Robert Haas <robertmhaas(at)gmail(dot)com> writes:
> - Someone will need to branch the tree after the wrap and stamp it
> 9.1devel. Who is doing that?
Marc generally takes care of making branches.
> * bump catalog version for plpython3u change? Use RTLD_GLOBAL? -- I
> don't immediately know what the bit about RTLD_GLOBAL is referring to,
> and it's not obvious to me that anyone cares about the catversion
> issue enough to argue about it. So maybe there's nothing to do here
> at all. Anyhow, we should make a decision.
Peter was suggesting that if we *stopped* using RTLD_GLOBAL then it
might be possible to use plpython2 and plpython3 concurrently in one
backend. After looking at the archives I'm not convinced that's
workable --- it sounds like not using RTLD_GLOBAL would have the effect
of breaking Python's extension scheme altogether. But at any rate the
ball's in his court to make and test a concrete proposal if he wishes.
> * normalize use of LDFLAGS - I believe Tom is dealing with this.
Yeah, I hope to get that committed today. Any later than today will not
leave enough time for buildfarm testing before the wrap.
regards, tom lane
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