Tom Lane writes:

> I think a reasonable choice in cross-compiling situations would be to
> assume int64 works if we have a long long int datatype, but to force use
> of our own snprintf rather than trusting to luck with the platform's.

That's approximately what's happening.  Formerly it insisted on doing a
run check to detect the int64 type.  Now it does a compile check when

For the snprintf format detection we obviously don't have that chance.  I
just refactored the code a little and added a cache variable so the
advanced cross-compiling user can override the check with known values.

Peter Eisentraut   [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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