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The NetBSD Packages Collection: databases/postgresql84-client

Brief description of the package:
PostgreSQL database client programs

Please read the file "DESCR" for a longer description, or browse the package's history.

This package has a home page at http://www.postgresql.org/.

Please note that this package has a postgresql-license license.

The package is located in the "databases/postgresql84-client" directory. The current source version of the package is "postgresql84-client-8.4.22". For a summary on how to use the package collection, go to the top of the packages tree.

Problem reports, updates or suggestions for this package should be reported with send-pr.

The following security vulnerabilities are known for databases/postgresql84-client :

If you have a vulnerable package installed on any machine, you are advised to remove the package immediately, using the standard package tools. The pkg_admin audit command locates any installed package which has been mentioned in security advisories as being vulnerable.

This package requires the following package(s) to build: readline>=2.2 readline>=6.0 .

This package requires the following package(s) to run: readline>=2.2 readline>=6.0 .

Select one of the links below to download the package in precompiled binary form for installation with pkg_add(1). Available machine architectures and package versions:
alpha:postgresql84-client-8.4.4.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
alpha:postgresql84-client-8.4.6.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
arm:postgresql84-client-8.4.11.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
arm:postgresql84-client-8.4.9.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
arm:postgresql84-client-8.4.15nb1.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
arm:postgresql84-client-8.4.19.tgz(NetBSD 6.1_STABLE)
arm:postgresql84-client-8.4.21.tgz(NetBSD 6.1_STABLE)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.19.tgz(MirBSD 10)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.21.tgz(MirBSD 10)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.13.tgz(NetBSD 4.0.1)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.17.tgz(NetBSD 5.0.2)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.21nb1.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.17nb1.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.19.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.21.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.17.tgz(NetBSD 5.1.2)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.21nb1.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.17nb1.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.17nb1.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.19.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.21.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
i386:postgresql84-client-8.4.2nb1.tgz(SunOS 5.10)
powerpc:postgresql84-client-8.4.11nb1.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
powerpc:postgresql84-client-8.4.11.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
powerpc:postgresql84-client-8.4.13.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
powerpc:postgresql84-client-8.4.15nb1.tgz(NetBSD 5.2)
powerpc:postgresql84-client-8.4.21.tgz(NetBSD 6.1_STABLE)
powerpc:postgresql84-client-8.4.11.tgz(NetBSD 6.0_BETA2)
powerpc:postgresql84-client-8.4.13.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
sparc64:postgresql84-client-8.4.11.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
sparc64:postgresql84-client-8.4.9.tgz(NetBSD 5.1_STABLE)
sparc64:postgresql84-client-8.4.13.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
sparc64:postgresql84-client-8.4.15nb1.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
sparc64:postgresql84-client-8.4.15nb1.tgz(NetBSD 6.0_STABLE)
sparc64:postgresql84-client-8.4.19.tgz(NetBSD 6.1_STABLE)
sparc64:postgresql84-client-8.4.21.tgz(NetBSD 6.1_STABLE)
sparc:postgresql84-client-8.4.21.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
sparc:postgresql84-client-8.4.19.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
sparc:postgresql84-client-8.4.17nb1.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.17.tgz(NetBSD 5.0.2)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.21nb1.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.17.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.17nb1.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.17nb1.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.19.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.21.tgz(NetBSD 5.1)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.17.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.17nb1.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.17nb1.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.19.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.21.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)
x86_64:postgresql84-client-8.4.21nb1.tgz(NetBSD 6.0)

The NetBSD packages collection is designed to permit easy installation from source - particularly useful if the latest binary package is not available for your chosen platform.


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