Lester Godwin <godwin(at)pushcorp(dot)com> wrote:
> [Makefiles for building libpq with Borland C++]
> Please educate me what the proper format/method should be to
> submit these files
I create a context diff using
diff -r -C 3 /path/to/old/tree . > ../mypatch.dif
in the root directory of your changed PostgreSQL tree.
/path/to/old/tree is the path to (surprise!) the original
unchanged source tree.
You'll need a diff utility for Windows to create the patch file.
Cygwin contains one, so does the win32 gvim. Googling for
diff.exe should be another alternative.
Send this to pgsql-patches@, with a short description.
> -- or if there is any interest in using them at all.
Probably (not by me, though ;-). Btw. I did quite the same about
a year ago for mingw32. The discussion should be in the
pgsql-patches archives approx here:
The result was that this was rejected and I'm since then maintaining my patch
externally, because I regularly use it to build pyPgSQL binaries for Windows.
Btw. it's available here: http://pypgsql.sourceforge.net/misc/postgresql.html
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