Stefan Kaltenbrunner <ste...@kaltenbrunner.cc> writes:
> On 08/18/2016 08:57 PM, Christian Convey wrote:
>> Which version of CMake gave you those errors? (Sorry if you provided
>> that detail and I'm just missing it.)
> % cmake --version
> cmake version 22.214.171.124
> a quick look in the docs does not seem to reveal any kind of "minimum"
> cmake version required - and the above is what is packaged as part of
> openbsd 5.3 (which is outdated and unsupported upstream but it is
> currently perfectly fine building all postgresql versions including
> -HEAD and serving as a buildfarm member for years)
As an additional comment, I don't see us accepting a build system
that doesn't run on pretty old cmakes. We have never had a policy
of "latest and greatest is required" for *any* build support tool,
and cmake isn't likely to be given an exception.
BTW, I just noticed that cmake doesn't seem to be supplied as part of
Apple's dev tools, at least not up to current (El Capitan) releases.
That's going to be a rather large minus to be taken into account
whenever we make the go/no-go decision on this.
regards, tom lane
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