GDA: empty PostgreSQL table failed workaround
warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Feb 14 12:44:35 EST 2008
Phil Longstaff <plongstaff at rogers.com> writes:
> Derek, any thoughts on the 3.x vs 1.3.x question (from another thread)?
> If we try to target the gda backend for GC 2.4 (I saw a suggested
> release date near the end of the 2008), what is the "supported" set of
> linux releases (fedora 6 and above, suse 10.3 and above, mandriva 2007
> and above, ...). My guess is that many of them will still have 1.3.x,
> though 3.x will be available (or would the GC project need to supply
> built libgda binaries in a case where we depend on a version newer than
> is supplied in the distro?).
We usually decide this sometime closer to the release. Right now I'd
say Fedora 7 (or maybe even Fedora 8, although I'm still on 7 myself)
as the base. I would say only 3.x, not 1.x. It's been out long enough.
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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