Tom Lane writes:
> r...@bb-c.de (Rainer J.H. Brandt) writes:
> > This 32/64 business isn't the problem, though.
> > I've found out that everything works if I type the configure/make commands
> > in my shell (which isn't what I said before, sorry about that), but stops
> > working if I put them into a Perl script (which is how I automate things
> > across OSes).
> Ooooh, that's interesting ...
> > The weird thing is that the commands are absolutely the same,
> > and environment is the same, too.
> I bet not. We've seen problems with macOS unexpectedly deciding to
> filter away inherited environment variables in some situations.
> It might be useful to put "env >somefile" into the PG makefile and
> compare results between the two ways of invoking it.
Between the configure and make steps, I put it into the top level
GNUmakefile. Here's the diff:
This subshell level isn't relevant, or is it?
Here's the full output of the manual version:
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