Sean Chittenden <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> $ uname -a
> FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #1: Mon Oct 28 18:20:14 PST 
>2002     [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/DELLAPTOP  i386

> Looks like the only problem on beta3 is that the geometry bits are
> failing, but I'm not 100% if they haven't already been solved.  -sc

Hmm.  Evidently you now have support for minus-zero.  It looks like we
have an updated comparison file for that case for FreeBSD, but it's only
being applied for FreeBSD 4.7:


Or at least it's *trying* to apply it for 4.7 --- as near as I can tell
without testing, the above scrap of resultmap code is wrong because both
of the i.86 lines will match on FreeBSD 4.7, and I think the pg_regress
coding will take the last match.  Larry, did you actually test the
CVS-tip resultmap to make sure it picks the right comparison file on
your box?

We could possibly do


which is mighty ugly, but I'm hopeful that by the next PG release we'll
have gotten rid of most of the platform-to-platform geometry variants

                        regards, tom lane

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