On Thu, Oct 25, 2007 at 11:31:15AM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> > The problem is that ecpg shares parser.c source code and this code 
> > includes postgres.h.
> ecpg cannot do that.  It would fail if parser.c happened to use anything
> that won't compile in frontend, eg elog() or palloc().  It's mere luck
> that it's worked for him so far.

No, actually it's the first step at making ecpg use all the backend
files instead. I would prefer to get away from all those manual syncing.

> Considering that ecpg has its own copy of all of gram.y and scan.l,
> sharing parser.c isn't much of a savings anyway.

For the time being, no, you're right. 

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