From: "Magnus Hagander"

On Wed, Jul 25, 2007 at 10:30:29PM +0900, Hiroshi Saito wrote:
>On Wed, Jul 25, 2007 at 02:36:41PM +0900, Hiroshi Saito wrote:
>>Hi Magnus, and Dave.
>>Sorry, I'm a somewhat late reaction... This is the present correspondence.
>>However, VC6 does not support SSAPI. Therefore, the next release makes
>>VC6 the outside of an object.
>I think VC6 should support it Ok. You probably just need to upgrade your
>Platform SDK to a version that's for Windows 2000 or newer. I think VC6
>shipws with the NT4 SDK by default. It looks like it' just missing

Ahh yes. However, MS says.!
The last SDK that will work with VC 6.0 is the February 2003 Edition.
this SDK is newer and does not support VC6.:-(

Ooh. Wasn't aware of that :-( Now I see what you mean.

Yea, It is that there was nothing in public policy....

Ok. So there are actually two ways to go about it:
1) Discontinue support for MSVC6 and require MSVC8

2) Change it so that MSVC6 can still build libpq, just not with SSPI
support. This can be done by conditionally enabling ENABLE_SSPI, so it's
not that hard.

The question is, if we go with option 2, is it something that anybody
actually will *use*?

I desire 1 as formal. However, It contains VC7.1 and VC8.
Moreover, libpq.dll can be used by the module of VC6.

If I'm not mistaken, one of the original reasons we kept the win32.mak
method around after we had the "complete msvc build" was for the ODBC
folks. Are you saying that the ODBC guys are now happy with a MSVC8 build?

Yes, They are offered as comfortable environment. pgAdmin and that's right.!:-)
However, psqlODBC also contains legacy VC6. They will clear a problem by the cause libpq.dll wire. Even if it may be adjusted from now on. probably.


Hiroshi Saito

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