|Subject:||RE: Getting PSPP compiled version with PostgreSQL support|
|Date:||Fri, 18 Mar 2016 09:50:54 +0000|
Many thanks for the very quick reply!
Thanks for the insight. We can make use of the Linux version to do most of the donkey work, so I’ll stick with that for the moment. This is just such a great tool. We are a publicly funded medical research organisation and PSPP came to our rescue when we were upgrading our infrastructure and fell foul of IBM’s new charging structure for the “other” program.
Dr. Philip Curran,
Head of Data Services Group,
MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing at UCL,
33 Bedford Place,
London WC1B 5JU
Tel: INTL + 44 + (0) 20 7670 5722
I doubt if my MSWindows build has a working support for PostgreSQL. At least I never tested it. If somebody can confirm that it works that would be nice. If somebody needs it maybe I should have a closer look at this issue.
On 3/17/2016 12:09 PM, Curran, Philip wrote:
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