Always the same ecpg bug - please (re)apply patch 
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 Always the same ecpg bug - please (re)apply patch

Your patch has been added to the PostgreSQL unapplied patches list at:

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I will try to apply it within the next 48 hours.

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> Here is the description:

> When a macro is replaced by the preprocessor, pgc.l reaches a end of file, which is not the actual end of the file. One side effect of that is that if you are in a ifdef block, you get a wrong error telling you that a endif is missing.

> This patch corrects pgc.l and also adds a test of this problem to test1.pgc. To convince you apply the patch to test1.pgc first then try to compile the test then apply the patch to pgc.l.

> The patch moves the test of the scope of an ifdef block to the end of the file beeing parsed, including all includes files, ... .

> For the record, this patch was applied a first time by bruce then overwritten by Micheal and reapplied by him. But the big mystery is that there is no trace of that in CVS ????

> Nicolas

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Mon, 20 Sep 2004 14:37:54 GMT
 
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