From: "Tom Lane" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

Magnus Hagander <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
On Tue, Aug 07, 2007 at 04:58:19PM +0900, Hiroshi Saito wrote:
pgbench.c: In function `main':
pgbench.c:1257: warning: implicit declaration of function `getopt'

adjustment of some reference is required for this.

Why do you need to #undef EXEC_BACKEND, and is there a specific reason for
removing the include of win32.h?

I've applied the attached modified version of this patch; it keeps
win32.h in there (correctly re-marked as a system header).  I think
the fundamental issue must be that Hiroshi's system sets HAVE_GETOPT and
HAVE_GETOPT_H.  The former causes port.h to not supply a declaration
of getopt(), so we'd better include <getopt.h> to declare it.

Together with the changes for FRONTEND applied a little bit ago,
I hope that this issue is fully resolved in CVS HEAD.  Let me know if
there's still a problem.

Yeah, I think that it felt it very refreshed.!:-)
Though FRONTEND needs adjustment to consider carefully.

Hiroshi Saito

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