On Mon, Jun 25, 2007 at 10:43:37AM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> Magnus Hagander <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I was actually about to post on this just a couple of days ago - it seems
> > pgxs really needs pg_config to be in your PATH.
> Correct --- how else is it going to find out where the installation is?

You can specify the full path in the command to pg_config in your Makefile.
It'd be neat if the makefile could fint that out and use it for further
references to pg_config. I haven't had time to look into if this is at all
possible, though.

This is the easy error btw - you can get some fairly funky results if you
have 8.3devel locally and then say 8.0 with different compile options in
your PATH. Then it'll use your 8.3devel pg_config for the first step and
then fall back on the one in the PATH for later steps..


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