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 Open Items (was: RE: [HACKERS] Beta going well)

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> I wanted to test the new patches on AIX 5L but the cvs server seem to
> reject me (it worked till yesterday). Sigh.

Yes.  This happened to me this morning.  I fixed it by changing my
.cvspass to use postgresql.org instead of cvs.postgresql.org and used
CVS to attach to that.

Marc, any idea why I needed to do that?

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Tue, 04 May 2004 13:05:59 GMT
 Open Items (was: RE: [HACKERS] Beta going well)

I wanted to test the new patches on AIX 5L but the cvs server seem to
reject me (it worked till yesterday). Sigh.
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Tatsuo Ishii

Quote:
> OK, I backed out your previous patch and applied this one.

> Thanks.

> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------


> > >   /* Plain "long int" fits, use it */
> > > + #if SIZEOF_INT8 == 0
> > >   typedef long int int64;
> > > + #endif
> > > + #if SIZEOF_UINT8 == 0
> > >   typedef unsigned long int uint64;
> > > + #endif

> > > This coding appears to assume "if the platform defines int8, then
> > > it will define int64 as well".  Seems mighty fragile to me.

> > Well the absolute correct solution would involve all of:
> > int8, int16, int32, int64 and separately uint8, uint16, uint32, uint64

> > The previous patch grouped:
> > int8, int16 and int32
> > uint8, uint16 and uint32
> > int64 and uint64  <-- this grouping is wrong on AIX 4.3.3 and below

> > If you prefer to make 4 groups out of this you could apply this patch.

> > Andreas

> Content-Description: int8-newpatch2

> [ Attachment, skipping... ]

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Tue, 04 May 2004 13:10:49 GMT
 Open Items (was: RE: [HACKERS] Beta going well)

Quote:
Bruce Momjian writes:
> The only problem I have now is that odbc/md5.h needs those unsigned
> defines and it can't probe the results of queries by configure.  odbc
> allows for stand-alone compile.

ODBC uses all kinds of other configure results, so it can use this one as
well.  You only need to make sure you hard-code the test result for
Windows somewhere.

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