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Re: Devel / Release on same pc / Mark's ZIP of

From: Dave Page <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk>
To: "'Tim Finch, FosterFinch Ltd'" <tim(at)fosterfinch(dot)co(dot)uk>,pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Devel / Release on same pc / Mark's ZIP of
Date: 2002-03-07 08:48:52
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tim Finch, FosterFinch Ltd [mailto:tim(at)fosterfinch(dot)co(dot)uk] 
> Sent: 06 March 2002 22:03
> To: pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
> Subject: [pgadmin-hackers] Devel / Release on same pc / 
> Mark's ZIP of Designer code
> >Compatibility. With pgAdmin I, by far the most common faq 
> was answered 
> >with 'install MDAC 2.6 or higher'. I don't remember getting that 
> >question at all since we released pgAdmin II.
> Yup. However I noticed when running 1.3.25 devel (or whatever 
> it curerntly 
> is) I had to install MDAC2.7 in order to get ADO 2.7 Ext for DDL and 
> Security (Migration vbp). Fortunately I had already 
> downloaded it a few 
> weeks back but had not got round to installing it!

Yeah, Migration is the exception but it is distributed seperately. I did
have major plans to rewrite it, unfortunately the ODBC spec didn't provide
the apis I needed. Anyway, long story short - I took the old Migration code
and ported it, but because it's the most widely worked on part of the old
code, I couldn't easily get permission to change the licence from all the
contributors. So, it remains GPL'd and is distributed seperately to be safe.

> Ta. Sort of guessed there are troubles between a devel and a release 
> version on same PC. I will follow this guidance. I did a 
> buildall anyway, 
> which helped, but I dont get many addins in the menu, so I 
> will remove 
> devel and do build all to see if much changes.

Don't forget, you'll only see the connection debugging tools _until_ you've
connected to a database...

> I also got Mark's zip file installed and have started to tour 
> round it a 
> bit. Slowly getting up to speed on the basic layout of all 
> code and object 
> model. Well done with pgSchema, I can see how this is making life 
> considerably easier.
> Has anyone else put on Mark's code yet to see where its up 
> to? (other than 
> Mark himself of course!)

I haven't seen it, but would certainly be interested to at some point...

Regards, Dave.


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