Subject RE: Re[2]: [ib-support] Firebird on Solaris
Author Robert DiFalco
No disrespect was intended and actually the answer you provided was the
correct one. It is not in mainstream in the core development. As such,
if I don't have time to work on it myself I shouldn't plan it being
there. That's all I really wanted to know. I apologize if I picked the
wrong forum to ask about Solaris support.


-----Original Message-----
From: Helen Borrie [mailto:helebor@...]
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 11:01 AM
Subject: RE: Re[2]: [ib-support] Firebird on Solaris

At 10:45 AM 10/04/2003 -0700, Robert di Falco wrote:
>Sorry, I wasn't looking for feelings. I'll ask over on

Disrespect like that doesn't belong here. If you were a bit more
you'd recognise that Carlos' answer was the only right one. The
port is *not* mainstream in the core development. The work is
done on the
Windows and **nix versions. There are conditional defines
inside the code
for each of the supported platforms, including the two Solaris

Usually quite late in the beta process, the maintainers for the
**nix flavours pick up their own port, build it, and fix up any
that affect their builds. If you want to know about betas and
builds, ask
in the right forum. Politely.


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