Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Andrew Francis wrote:
> >> How about avoiding #define altogether, and:
> >> - Always use pgrename/pgunlink instead of rename/unlink
> > We could do it but we have avoided that for cases where Unix would just
> > be a pass-through.
> To put that in a more positive light: we like to think that our code is
> Posix-compliant and runs in a Posix-compliant environment.  We're not
> thrilled about introducing non-Posix-isms for the convenience of one
> platform ... especially if there's no easy way to enforce that the
> nonstandard coding convention be used.
> Back on track: if rename() does exist under Windows then my idea is
> unreliable.  Any other thoughts?  How about #including <io.h> in port.h
> (for Windows only of course) before we #define these things?

Sure, should we do that? I see 12 mentions of io.h in the code, and we
already include some win32 includes in port.h.

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