tsd at tsdye.com
Wed Sep 7 18:31:01 CEST 2005
I can imagine it is impossible to keep up with all the different setups,
and I appreciate all the help that I've been getting. Here are the
various outputs from pg_config:
'--without-readline' 'LDFLAGS=-framework CoreFoundation'
On Wed, 7 Sep 2005, Joe Conway wrote:
> Tim Keitt wrote:
>> These are the reasons I no longer maintain the package. Everyone's setup
>> is completely different. I did get the postgresql folks to implement the
>> pg_config command to make this easier. What is the output of "pg_config
> That's a good point. Also can you show us:
> pg_config --libdir
> pg_config --version
>>> /usr/local/pgsql/lib tomdye$ ll libpq*
>>> -rw-r--r-- 1 tomdye tomdye 161792 3 May 2004 libpq.a
>>> lrwxr-xr-x 1 tomdye tomdye 12 26 Dec 2004 libpq.so@ ->
> Is there really an "@" on the end of "libpq.so"? Is that a Mac thing?
>>> I don't know what this line of the error message means:
>>> checking for PQconnectdb in -lpq... no
>>> Could it be that my libpq is missing something that RdbiPgSQL needs?
> Well, yes, it means that RdbiPgSQL cannot find libpq in order to link to it.
> What I wonder about is whether it is really looking for libpq.so, or is it
> looking for libpq.dylib. This is another of those Mac OS X things I've run
> into before -- but I don't really understand when an so is required and when
> a dylib is required.
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