On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 01:45:28PM +0200, Zeugswetter Andreas ADI SD wrote:
> mingw-runtime-3.10 introduced a gettimeofday declaration in sys/time.h
> that is not compatible with port.h.
> (current is mingw-runtime-3.12)
> int __cdecl gettimeofday(struct timeval *__restrict__,
>                        void *__restrict__  /* tzp (unused) */);
> The problem was already reported by Marc Lepage on June 26, 2006 shortly
> after the mingw-runtime release,
> (He reported back that it was a MinGW installation issue. But it is a
> version issue.).
> Now, we could probably make a case that MinGW needs to use "struct
> timezone" instead of void,
> but that change alone still does not make pg compile, because of the
> "#define TIMEZONE_GLOBAL timezone"
> in port.h.
> Any opinions on how to proceed ?

There doesn't happen to be a #define you can set to make mingw backwards
compatible with itself and not define that header?

We don't use gettimeofday() from them anyway, we use the one in


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