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Where is libpq++ on redhat 9?

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Hello,

I've installed redhat 9 on my box and postgresql (with it's -devel
package) and found that it didn't contain libpq++. I tried a search on
redhat and rpmfind with no luck (rpmfind found only suse packages).

I know that I can download from gborg.org and compile it, but I'd
prefeer the rpm packages. Does anyone knows where is it?
Nov 12 '05 #1
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On Monday 29 September 2003 10:08 am, Kolus Maximiliano wrote:
I've installed redhat 9 on my box and postgresql (with it's -devel
package) and found that it didn't contain libpq++. I tried a search on
redhat and rpmfind with no luck (rpmfind found only suse packages). I know that I can download from gborg.org and compile it, but I'd
prefeer the rpm packages. Does anyone knows where is it?


Since the libpq++ binary was moved out of the main tarball it was also moved
out of the main RPMset. No one has picked it up for separate packaging that
I know of.
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