On Thu, Apr 12, 2007 at 12:24:58AM +0200, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Magnus Hagander wrote:
> > (FWIW, I had ipv6 on my list of things to make happen, but I didn't
> > realise it would cause this issue on a machine with ipv6 on it, since
> > I don't have one)
> The IPv6 support is finely tuned to deal with all kinds of combinations 
> of API support, library support, and kernel support, or lack thereof, 
> on the build system and on the host system.  I suggest that you just 
> use the logic that we have or emulate it, respectively.  If it doesn't 
> work, we will find out soon enough.

The point is still what happens when you distribute a binary built on a
system with ipv6 to a system that doesn't have it.

Anyway. It seems reasonably safe, since I can build with ipv6 on my machine
without the ipv6 driver, and it still works. Dave will have to test if it
actually works on a machine that *has* ipv6 :-)

So. Changes applied.


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