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PostgreSQL compiles on OS X Apps
As many of you know well, PostgreSQL is a yet another open source SQL DBMS [Editor: ala mySQL, but a bit more robust, from what I've read]. Although they claimed compatibility of the database with OS X as of v7.1 and certainly it compiled, a few regression tests had always failed up until recently.

But, not any more. I grabbed the RC-4 source and it compiled just out of the box. Now, you have another choice for your database solutions.

Now, if I could only get its perl interface working...
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question about psql
Authored by: Anonymous on Apr 11, '01 12:35:43AM

I've installed this latest version from source, and it went off without problems. however when using the psql utility, when I try to use the up arrow key to display the last query or command that was run (Like I'm used to doing with other installs of postgres on linux servers) instead of seeing the last command, I just see some garbage like this: ^[[A



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