Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%britannica.bec.de@localhost> writes: > On Wed, Feb 03, 2010 at 01:57:27PM -0500, Greg Troxel wrote: >> postgresql supports Darwin, and has ELF/not conditionals. So I wonder >> if this is still needed. > > So you want to keep the PLIST on the various platforms on sync by hand? No, but postgis has problems because of our change, so it's not quite that obvious. >> The replacement file has problems with not getting the shmodule vs lib >> decision right. The real pgsql makefile switches off the major version >> being defined (if so lib). > > I do not know what you actually mean with this. pgsql's Makefile.shlib can do two separate things: build a regular shared library, that looks like $prefix/lib/libfoo.so.MAJ.MIN build a postgresql extension module, that looks like $prefix/lib/postgresql/foo.so The replacement makefile does not correctly choose to build an extension module when postgis expects it to; my investigation so far is that the replacement Makefile is wrong. But, I think the issues of getting the logic right and of the basic libtool replacement are separate.
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