Bruce Momjian wrote:
Thomas Hallgren wrote:I've encountered this before. You have to do a make that fails first, then a make clean. On occation, the latter will fail. I'm not shure exactly when or why this happens. My theory is that the make clean assumes that some directories have been created when in fact they have not since the original make failed prematurely.
"Magnus Hagander" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
This looks like it's missing stuff from Bruces move from backend/port/win32 to port/kill.c of the kill signal. Are you sure you pulled a new version of the port directory as well? And did you do a "make clean"?
I did a make clean. But it encountered an error and terminated prematurely and I missed it...
make: Entering directory `/ws/pgsql/contrib/earthdistance' make: *** No rule to make target `clean'. Stop. make: Leaving directory `/ws/pgsql/contrib/earthdistance' make: *** [clean] Error 2 make: Leaving directory `/ws/pgsql/contrib' make: *** [clean] Error 2
Anyway, I removed everything and downloaded a new fresh version, reapplied
my patch for postmaster.c, and recompiled. Everything links ok now.
I did a gmake clean and gmake distclean from the top of CVS and it worked fine for me.
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