Where are we on this patch?

I am thinking it should be in the most logical place, rather than in
pg_ctl.  One call isn't a big deal, especially if you can run the
postmaster without using pg_ctl.

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Magnus Hagander wrote:
> > > If the job object code is moved to the postmaster, it'll 
> > work when not 
> > > running as a service as well.
> > 
> > I'd just as soon keep all that Windows-specific cruft in pg_ctl.
> > So I think the way you've got it set up is fine.
> 
> Well, it'd all be localised to the backend/port/win32 directory of
> course, except for a single call - where there is already "windows
> cruft".
> 
> But. I see your point. And the  vast majority of production
> installations run as service anyway. So I won't spend any time making
> those changes, I'll leave what's on -patches now.
> 
> //Magnus
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