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postgresql-mingw-w64

Documentation and releases about building PostrgreSQL using MinGW-w64

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This project (licensed under LGPLv3) provides full documented procedures to build PostgreSQL from sources (and some additional extensions / Foreign Data Wrappers: sqlite_fdw, www_fdw, mysql_fdw, ldap_fdw, couchdb_fdw, oracle_fdw, odbc_fdw...) using MinGW-w64 (recent versions of gcc - 4.8.0 or later). It also provides ready made binaries/releases targetting Win32 as well as Win64 (Windows7).

Note: Installers are also released to make easy the installation of the PostgreSQL extensions mentioned above in PostgreSQL installations made from the official Windows 7 - 32-bit and 64-bit - installers (those extensions releases - DLLs - being fully compatible with the said installers).

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  • Build procedures and binaries for PostgreSQL using MinGW-w64
  • Build procedures and binaries for PostgreSQL extensions using MinGW-w64
  • Installers for some extensions (sqlite_fdw, www_fdw, mysql_fdw, ldap_fdw, couchdb_fdw, oracle_fdw) into official installations of PostgreSQL (32-bit and 64-bit)

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System Administrators, Developers

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2013-12-03

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