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Compiling with Perl Support

From: Andy Lewis <alewis(at)mpsi(dot)net>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Compiling with Perl Support
Date: 1998-05-23 20:50:53
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I am trying to build Postgres 6.3.2 on Linux. I would like to build using the
"./configure --with-perl" directive.

The docs say:
--with-perl        Enables the perl interface.  Note that this
                   requires an installed version of postgreSQL.

So when I exectute the "./configure --with-perl" and configure finishes, I get
the following:
checking setting USE_PERL... enabled
configure: warning: perl support disabled; postgres not previously installed

So my question is: why is perl support being disabled when I asked to enable it.
I already have Postgres 6.3.2 running without the perl support compiled in. I
don't quite understand this one and I have read thru the docs as well as scanned
the mailing list archives.

Thanks in advance!


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