> > Sorry I fail to understand what you mean with "legal"? Are you
> > wondering
> > about license restrictions? There are none.
> Sorry, I just meant "correct" or "valid".

Ah ok, thanks for clarifying.

> > As for compatibility, that's what major version numbers are for.
> > This is
> > not a PostgreSQL topic, but a general system one as for instance
> > the same
> > holds for libc.
> Yes, but Windows users probably don't understand or know it.  So, I
> suggested explicitly describing the application binary compatibility
> policy in the PostgreSQL manual.  What do you think about it?

Couldn't you point your customer to the system documentation?

Personally I don't think standard system behavior should be documented
for each application relying on it but ymmv.

Michael Meskes
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