CVS pg_config --includedir-server broken

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CVS pg_config --includedir-server broken

Sandro Santilli
The valure returned from pg_config --includedir-server
is broken as of CVS.

It points to unexistent directory:
/home/extra/pgroot-cvs/include/server

Correct value would be:
/home/extra/pgroot-cvs/include/postgresql/server

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Re: CVS pg_config --includedir-server broken

Bruce Momjian-2
strk wrote:
> The valure returned from pg_config --includedir-server
> is broken as of CVS.
>
> It points to unexistent directory:
> /home/extra/pgroot-cvs/include/server
>
> Correct value would be:
> /home/extra/pgroot-cvs/include/postgresql/server

Well, on my system on CVS is right:

        $ pg_config --includedir-server
        /usr/var/local/postgres/include/server

What configure flags did you use to set the install locations?


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Re: CVS pg_config --includedir-server broken

Sandro Santilli
On Tue, Jun 28, 2005 at 08:12:16PM -0400, Bruce Momjian wrote:

> strk wrote:
> > The valure returned from pg_config --includedir-server
> > is broken as of CVS.
> >
> > It points to unexistent directory:
> > /home/extra/pgroot-cvs/include/server
> >
> > Correct value would be:
> > /home/extra/pgroot-cvs/include/postgresql/server
>
> Well, on my system on CVS is right:

A make clean did the trick, sorry for bothering.
--strk;

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