On 10/29/16 3:31 PM, Jim Nasby wrote:
tl;dr: It's critical that you actually do a make install, or at least it is if you've set --prefix with configure. If you don't, then even if you do make check you'le going to get the *installed* libpq, and not the *built* libpq.
Actually, sometimes that isn't even enough. I had one checkout that was refusing to successfully build coverage (producing an old .gcda for *everything*) until I rm'd the entire install directory (make uninstall was not enough). I also killed the running postmaster as part of that, so it's possible that's what was causing the problems.
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