> [moved to -patches because of the patch]
> 
> 
> --On Friday, March 19, 2004 08:01:53 -0500 Bruce Momjian 
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 
> > Larry Rosenman wrote:
> >> > I thought that once you include libpthread in libpq, that you don't
> >> > have to mention it again then you use libpq.  Is your platform
> >> > different somehow in this regard?
> >> >
> >> > I seem to remember this problem with libcrypt and libpq.  Is this the
> >> > same problem?
> >> >
> >> > I see that initdb is just the first of many /bin programs to be
> >> > compiled, so if we have to add the thread lib, we will have to do it
> >> > for all the bin programs.  Yikes.  Why wasn't this a problem for 7.4?
> >> 7.4 had initdb as a Shell Script.
> >> the 7.4.x libpq didn't have any pthread_* references in it, that I see
> >> on my box.
> >
> > Ah, yes.  We added the thread-local storage to handle SIGPIPE.  The
> > problem is that initdb isn't the only place.  If you comment out initdb
> > from the Makefile in src/bin, does the next make fail too?  I bet it
> > does.
> 
> Apparently, because of the way the wrappers work, having -lpthread on 
> libpq.so does NOT add it to the NEEDED list.
> 
> I made the following patch, and all compiles now:

Yes, I was afraid of that.  Is there any way to make it work?  If not,
evey libpq program you create will need -lpthread added.

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