Robert Haas <> writes:
> Perl also has a mechanism for flags added to Configure to be passed
> along when building loadable modules; if it didn't, not just plperl
> but every Perl module written in C would have this issue if any such
> flags where used.
> ...
> While I'm not sure of the details, I suspect that we need to use one
> of those methods to get the CCFLAGS used to build perl, and include
> those when SPI.o, Util.o, and plperl.o in src/pl/plperl.  Or at least
> the -D switches from those CCFLAGS.

Hm, I had the idea that we were already asking ExtUtils::Embed for that,
but now I see we only inquire about LDFLAGS not CCFLAGS.  Yes, this sounds
like a promising avenue to pursue.

It would be useful to see the results of

perl -MExtUtils::Embed -e ccopts

on one of the affected installations, and compare that to the problematic

                        regards, tom lane

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