Andrew Dunstan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> dllwrap -o libecpg.dll --dllname libecpg.dll --def libecpgdll.def execute.o
> typename.o descriptor.o data.o error.o prepare.o memory.o connect.o misc.o
> path.o strlcpy.o snprintf.o -L../pgtypeslib
> -L../../../../src/interfaces/libpq -L../../../../src/port -L/mingw/lib
> -lpgtypes -lpq -lm -lshfolder
> path.o(.text+0x741): In function `get_progname':
> undefined reference to `pg_strcasecmp'
I just fixed that.
> I presume that this symbol was previously exported by the pgtypes lib but now
> we have an explicit exports list is no longer.
> Is it just a matter of adding a line to the exports.txt file?
Well, that would be the solution if we intended to make pg_strcasecmp
part of libpgtype's official API, but that doesn't seem like a good plan
at all. Instead, the right thing is for ecpglib to pull its own copy
BTW, it looks like this dependency exists only on Cygwin/Win32, not
other platforms, which is no doubt why we didn't see it before.
regards, tom lane
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