ViSolve Open Source Team wrote:
> Subject: PostgreSQL Patch: Modified Test-and-set routine for HP-UX (IA-64)
> specifically for the HP-C compiler
> With reference to Tom Lane's response to our previous patch request (at
> this is a modified and more focussed patch request for PostgreSQL for for HP-UX
> 11i V2 for the Intel Itanium architecture (known to the PostgreSQL code as
> What is this line all about?
> +#if defined(__HP_aCC) || defined(__HP_cc)
> There are no other compilers supported, so this seems redundant.
OK, I will remove this check.
Peter also mentioned:
> You're doing this:
> I'm afraid this will not fly, because calling the preprocessor is only
> portable on .c files. Generally, it's also unwise to rely in this kind of
> subtle side effect. We need a general solution.
Can you give us a way to test for your preprocessor? Is there some
unique output like --version or -V that we can test and use *.h only in
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