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downloading latest source from cvs

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I'm using Windows and I want to download the lastest beta source (7.4).
I read that I need to use the WIN32_DEV tag.

How do I do this if I'm using Wincvs, I know how to download from the
postgrsql cvs.

I use the following command:
cvs -z3 -d :pserver:an*****@anoncvs.postgresql.org:/projects/cvsroot co -P
pgsql

But how do you tell it that I only want what's tagged as WIN32_DEV?

Thanks

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On Fri, 26 Sep 2003, Relaxin wrote:
I'm using Windows and I want to download the lastest beta source (7.4).
I read that I need to use the WIN32_DEV tag.

How do I do this if I'm using Wincvs, I know how to download from the
postgrsql cvs.

I use the following command:
cvs -z3 -d :pserver:an*****@anoncvs.postgresql.org:/projects/cvsroot co -P
pgsql

But how do you tell it that I only want what's tagged as WIN32_DEV?

Thanks


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Nov 12 '05 #2

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Relaxin wrote:
I'm using Windows and I want to download the lastest beta source (7.4).
I read that I need to use the WIN32_DEV tag.

How do I do this if I'm using Wincvs, I know how to download from the
postgrsql cvs.

I use the following command:
cvs -z3 -d :pserver:an*****@anoncvs.postgresql.org:/projects/cvsroot co -P
pgsql

But how do you tell it that I only want what's tagged as WIN32_DEV?

Thanks


I think you need -rWIN32_DEV
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Nov 12 '05 #3

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Relaxin wrote:
But how do you tell it that I only want what's tagged as WIN32_DEV?

Thanks
"Bruce Momjian" <pg***@candle.pha.pa.us> wrote in message

news:20***********************@candle.pha.pa.us... I think you need -rWIN32_DEV


ok, I did as you suggested and I got only and everything that was tagged as
WIN32_DEV, but I still have the following errors when compiling using the
bcc32.mak file:

try to compile the libpq library with
bcc32.mak under bcb5, but have some problems when linked.
The problems are about :
1._pqGethostbyname
2._pqStrerror
can't referenced.
Nov 12 '05 #4

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Relaxin wrote:
Relaxin wrote:
But how do you tell it that I only want what's tagged as WIN32_DEV?

Thanks


"Bruce Momjian" <pg***@candle.pha.pa.us> wrote in message

news:20***********************@candle.pha.pa.us...
I think you need -rWIN32_DEV


ok, I did as you suggested and I got only and everything that was tagged as
WIN32_DEV, but I still have the following errors when compiling using the
bcc32.mak file:

try to compile the libpq library with
bcc32.mak under bcb5, but have some problems when linked.
The problems are about :
1._pqGethostbyname
2._pqStrerror
can't referenced.


Oh, WIN32_DEV is just for server Win32 development. Beta3 or CVS
snapshot will give you a working win32 client end.

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Nov 12 '05 #5

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On Mon, Sep 29, 2003 at 10:57:20AM -0400, Bruce Momjian wrote:
Relaxin wrote:

try to compile the libpq library with
bcc32.mak under bcb5, but have some problems when linked.


Oh, WIN32_DEV is just for server Win32 development. Beta3 or CVS
snapshot will give you a working win32 client end.


You can use

cvs update -r HEAD

to get the latest tree for testing, outside WIN32_DEV.

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