[unixODBC-dev] Segfault when utilizing libodbc with Asterisk

Nick Gorham nick at lurcher.org
Fri May 18 20:13:17 BST 2007


Tom Lane wrote:

>"Leif Madsen" <leif.madsen at gmail.com> writes:
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>
>>Actually I may have been incorrect in stating that. I was not using
>>the postgresql-odbc package, just the straight unixODBC and
>>unixODBC-devel package.
>>    
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>
>My recommendation is to use the postgresql-odbc package; that version of
>psqlodbc is a whole lot newer than the one included in unixODBC.  I've
>actually considered stripping the included psql (and mysql) drivers from
>the Red Hat unixODBC package entirely.  I've been meaning to ask what
>the long-term plan is for the included drivers --- since development on
>those seems to be separate now, what is the reason for still including
>them in the unixODBC distribution?
>  
>
History, nothing else. Its a useful test, but thats about it.

If people want I have no objection to removing them. I did talk to Peter 
some time ago about splitting stuff up abit anyway.

>(And I do have to apologize to Nick for not being more proactive about
>passing Red Hat patches back to him.  I don't think it's a GPL
>violation, since we are providing the patch sources to anyone who cares
>to look, but as a matter of politeness we ought to notify upstream
>developers whenever we make a patch that might be of interest to them.)
>
>			regards, tom lane
>  
>
Thats ok, it just worried me that there could be important fixes that I 
had missed.

-- 
Nick



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