Tom Lane wrote:
> Since that was two years ago, maybe we should take another look
> and see if pkg-config has gotten better.  If it hasn't evolved
> some then the answer will probably be the same though.

For all intents and purposes, pkg-config is still as broken as it ever 
was.  And I still haven't heard of a problem that it would solve that 
we don't currently cover.

Peter Eisentraut

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