Tom Lane wrote:
> Peter Eisentraut <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Am Samstag, 25. Juni 2005 04:24 schrieb Bruce Momjian:
> >> We absolutely want to support multiple installed versions of PostgreSQL.
> > But we don't support installing multiple versions on top of each other,
> > which
> > is the only scenario where this patch would be useful.
> I agree with Peter. AFAICS, the binaries go into $prefix/bin and the
> NLS files go into $prefix/share/locale, so there is no more nor less
> conflict among different versions' NLS files than their executables.
> In both cases the only supported way to have multiple installations
> at once is to use different install prefixes. So why complicate matters
> like this?
OK. I guess I am confused.
Right now bindtextdomain() just calls something like
bindtextdomain("libpq"), etc. How does it know to use the proper
share/locale? And is bindtextdomain("psql") different?
I am just trying to understand how things work.
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