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Windows Library for libpq

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Hello

Thanks for all the reponses yesterday for my queries
regarding moving from MySQL to PgSQL.

As I see there is no native port of POstgresql for
Windows. My applications is being developed in Windows
primarily due to better editors. We are using
wxWindows cross platform toolkit to develop the
application.

I searched the site....but i couldnt find a
link...where can I get compiled libraries for libpq
and its coreresponding header files for Windows.

Regards
Karam

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Karam Chand wrote:
Hello

Thanks for all the reponses yesterday for my queries
regarding moving from MySQL to PgSQL.

As I see there is no native port of POstgresql for
Windows. My applications is being developed in Windows
primarily due to better editors. We are using
wxWindows cross platform toolkit to develop the
application.
How could you?..:-)

I mean I dual boot into linux so that I can work thrice as fast as windows. Kate
is what rocks..

Try KDE. I don't think anything on windows holds a candle to it..
I searched the site....but i couldnt find a
link...where can I get compiled libraries for libpq
and its coreresponding header files for Windows.


HTH

Shridhar

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Nov 22 '05 #2

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Thanks.

Well this decision is taken by manager not me :)

Anyway, our product is cross platform version so I
have to compile it in Window...I need the Windows
library..

Karam

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wrote:
Karam Chand wrote:
Hello

Thanks for all the reponses yesterday for my

queries
regarding moving from MySQL to PgSQL.

As I see there is no native port of POstgresql for
Windows. My applications is being developed in

Windows
primarily due to better editors. We are using
wxWindows cross platform toolkit to develop the
application.


How could you?..:-)

I mean I dual boot into linux so that I can work
thrice as fast as windows. Kate
is what rocks..

Try KDE. I don't think anything on windows holds a
candle to it..
I searched the site....but i couldnt find a
link...where can I get compiled libraries for

libpq
and its coreresponding header files for Windows.


HTH

Shridhar

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Nov 22 '05 #3

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Karam Chand wrote:
Hello

Thanks for all the reponses yesterday for my queries
regarding moving from MySQL to PgSQL.

As I see there is no native port of POstgresql for
Windows. My applications is being developed in Windows
primarily due to better editors. We are using
wxWindows cross platform toolkit to develop the
application.

I searched the site....but i couldnt find a
link...where can I get compiled libraries for libpq
and its coreresponding header files for Windows.

Regards
Karam

Hmm, I need to PROVIDE this for the oledb project on gborg. I would
rather not put it inside the OLE DB project, as it doesn't really bear
any relation to it.

In any case, Karam, I'll uptload it to my project and let you know on
this list. In the mean while,
http://www.postgresql.org/docs/7.4/s...all-win32.html has
instructions on how to compile it yourself.

--
Shachar Shemesh
Lingnu Open Systems Consulting
http://www.lingnu.com/
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Nov 22 '05 #4

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Shridhar Daithankar wrote:
Karam Chand wrote:
I searched the site....but i couldnt find a
link...where can I get compiled libraries for libpq
and its coreresponding header files for Windows.

HTH

Shridhar


Try at the OLE DB project.
http://gborg.postgresql.org/project/...rojdisplay.php. That will
not, however, do you any good for compiling, as it contains the runtime
DLL, not the headers and link time libraries.

On the other side, the readme that comes with the project has some links
for how to create this library yourself, in a pretty straight forward way.

Shachar

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Lingnu Open Source Consulting
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Nov 23 '05 #5

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Shridhar Daithankar wrote:
Karam Chand wrote:
I searched the site....but i couldnt find a
link...where can I get compiled libraries for libpq
and its coreresponding header files for Windows.

HTH

Shridhar


Try at the OLE DB project.
http://gborg.postgresql.org/project/...rojdisplay.php. That will
not, however, do you any good for compiling, as it contains the runtime
DLL, not the headers and link time libraries.

On the other side, the readme that comes with the project has some links
for how to create this library yourself, in a pretty straight forward way.

Shachar

--
Shachar Shemesh
Lingnu Open Source Consulting
http://www.lingnu.com/
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Nov 23 '05 #6

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