This mail apparantly didn't make it through because it was too large. Resending it without the largest file, tzlib.tgz. I've put this file (+ the patches) on http://www.hagander.net/pgsql/.
//Magnus > -----Original Message----- > From: Magnus Hagander > Sent: Sunday, April 18, 2004 9:05 PM > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Subject: Timezone library > > > Hi! > > Attached is a slightly modified version of Arthur David > Olson's timezone library for inclusion in postgresql, pending > review of course. This is required to give win32 working > timezone functions on dates before 1970. It has also been > indicated that it might be interesting to have such a library > on other platforms as well. Note that with this enabled, the > timezone data files are installed in <pgdir>/share/timezone. > > Attached are the following files: > * tzlib.tgz - the timezone implementation, including the > datafiles required to build the timezone data files. > * timezone.patch - the modifications made to existing files > to make it work. This includes setting the FRONTEND flat for ecpg. > * tzcode.diff - lists the modifications that I have made to > the files from the original timezone files, for reference. > > > Bruce has offered to do the autoconf and Makefile integration > parts - I don't know autoconf enough to do that part... The > #defines necessary are "activeted" by setting USE_PGTZ. Of > course, the appropriate files also have to be linked in. > > > With this patch applied, and the timezone data installed, > win32 now passes all time-related regression tests (3 now > fails, 2 "known" and one being locale-inflicted, still > investigating that one) > > > //Magnus > > > > <<tzcode_changes.diff>> <<timezone.patch>>
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