At 12:41 PM +0100 12/2/01, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
>Henry B. Hotz writes:
>> Can't use tk. I loaded the alpha release of the native Aqua Tk port.
>> It gets me a Wish Shell.app, not a /usr/bin/wish. This seems
>> reasonable, but how do we get Postgres to use it? Can Postgres use
>'wish' is used for PgAccess. We only need the command name to put it into
>a shell script (which is what pgaccess is) so different names should work
>if the call conventions are the same. You might want to try to configure
>WISH='Wish Shell.app' ./configure ....
>This doesn't affect pgtksh though, it's only that they're lumped together
I did a ln -s /Applications/Wish\ Shell.app/Contents/MacOS/Wish\
Shell /usr/local/bin/wish, and I linked tclConfig.sh to tkConfig.sh.
That got it past the configure step. If you really need wish then
this probably wouldn't work. I know there is an easy way to start a
GUI app from the command line and someone needs to create a shell
wrapper for the purpose.
It still failed to compile due to needing some X11 header file even
though this is specifically not an X11 tk port. This is a tk issue
not a Postgres issue.
After loading the openssl .h files I was able to get it to configure
--with-includes=<tcl header dirs>
--with-tcl --without-tk --with-tclconfig=<tcl public header dir>
--with-krb4=/usr/local (I have kth-krb installed for AFS support,
krb5 native doesn't work)
It passes all the regression tests.
Note that I can't actually try out the kerberos support without
paying $30/month for a postgres account including AFS space and the
whole ball of wax. I just wanted to see if it would compile since
the krb5 native option didn't work. I'm still not sure if this is a
MacOSX linker issue or some funny in the way Postgres looks at
The opinions expressed in this message are mine,
not those of Caltech, JPL, NASA, or the US Government.
Henry(dot)B(dot)Hotz(at)jpl(dot)nasa(dot)gov, or hbhotz(at)oxy(dot)edu
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