Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Tom Lane wrote:
> >> Right at the moment I am thinking we may end up keeping only about one
> >> file out of the existing src/timezone import, so maybe it doesn't need
> >> a whole subdirectory anyway?
> > We will still need the timezone database files.
> Good point, I had forgotten about the data/ subdirectory.
> I think src/timezone is an okay place for it ...

Digging into getting this working on unix, it seems the configure tests
that look at /usr/include are then setting values related to timezone
that don't apply to src/timezone code.  Not sure how I am going to fix
that.  I tried adding -Isrc/timezone but that didn't help.  I am trying
to find the exact setting that it fault first.

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