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#$Id$
#
#Configuration of libpgtcl under Mac OS X no longer requires any tweaks.
#
#We'd love some help in making this a port in the Mac OS X darwinports tree, 
#so this build can be even more automatic.
#
#For now, you need to build and install Tcl and Postgres
#
#brew install tcl
#brew install postgresql
##
#Then run aoutoconf and configure in this directory with the following parameters:
#
autoconf
./configure --prefix=/usr/local --exec-prefix=/usr/local
#
#Then do a "make" and a "sudo make install" or equivalent, and you should
#be on your way.
#
#There is also a version of Tcl included on the Mac in /usr/bin if you install
#developer tools (I think that's what did it), and you'll
#get this one by default (in all likelihood) if you just type tclsh from the
#shell command line.  This version does not have /opt/local/lib in its package 
#path (auto_path).  You need to either edit 
#/System/Library/Frameworks/Tcl.framework/Versions/8.4/Resources/Scripts/init.tcl
#to add /opt/local/lib to the auto_path or make sure you run tclsh from
#/opt/local/bin instead of from /usr/bin, which may require you to type
#/opt/local/bin/tclsh from the command line, or make sure that your PATH
#environment variable has /opt/local/bin first.  This is not a libpgtcl issue.
#
#Here's one way to start up PostgreSQL under Mac OS X:
#
#pg_ctl -D /opt/local/pgsql/data start
#