Hi Tom, >> I ask because I'm curious if/how someone in Yury's situation could >> predict which minimum version of CMake must be supported in order for >> his patch to be accepted. (And if he accepts my offer to pitch in, >> I'll actually need that particular detail.) > > well I personally think the level to meet would be that all the systems > on the buildfarm that can build -HEAD at the time the patch is proposed > for a commit should be able to build using the new system with whatever > cmake version is available in those by default (if it is at all).
I see. In other projects I've worked on, the configuration of a build farm has been driven by some list of platforms that were considered important to support. Is that the case here as well? I.e., is the build-farm population just a convenient proxy for some other source of information regarding what platforms are important? Apologies if my questions are so basic that I can find the answers elsewhere. I'll happily follow any RTFM links. Thanks again, Christian -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (email@example.com) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers