Magnus Hagander wrote:
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.

Thanks - I can test a Vista build on a non-ipv6 machine when I'm back in the office - possibly tomorrow, certainly Monday.

Regards, Dave

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