Julius Stroffek <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> I have made PostgreSQL to compile on linux using sun studio with
> spinlock support. The patch is attached. Here is the explanation of
> changes I made:
This patch seems broken in a number of ways. Why are you removing
-DLINUX_PROFILE, for example? Are you sure you don't need -D_GNU_SOURCE?
And why add -DSUNOS4_CC, which is a Solaris-specific define (not that
we seem to be using it anywhere anymore)? Do we really have to have a
configure-time probe to detect this particular compiler?
But I guess the *real* question is why anyone would care ... what
benefit is there to using Sun's compiler on Linux?
regards, tom lane
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