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Dropped build dirs entries from setup.cfg

They were not used anymore after pg_config had become mandatory to build the
module.  Thanks to Steven Winfield for the report (ticket #109).
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1 parent 7982a6a commit cb6baff8e0f137462be6330c7c0f0f51d4758284 @dvarrazzo committed May 23, 2012
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@@ -7,6 +7,12 @@ define=PSYCOPG_EXTENSIONS,PSYCOPG_NEW_BOOLEAN,HAVE_PQFREEMEM
# PSYCOPG_DEBUG can be added to enable verbose debug information
# PSYCOPG_NEW_BOOLEAN to format booleans as true/false vs 't'/'f'
+# "pg_config" is required to locate PostgreSQL headers and libraries needed to
+# build psycopg2. If pg_config is not in the path or is installed under a
+# different name uncomment the following option and set it to the pg_config
+# full path.
+#pg_config=
+
# Set to 1 to use Python datetime objects for default date/time representation.
use_pydatetime=1
@@ -22,26 +28,5 @@ have_ssl=0
# Statically link against the postgresql client library.
#static_libpq=1
-# "pg_config" is the preferred method to locate PostgreSQL headers and
-# libraries needed to build psycopg2. If pg_config is not in the path or
-# is installed under a different name uncomment the following option and
-# set it to the pg_config full path.
-#pg_config=
-
-# If "pg_config" is not available, "include_dirs" can be used to locate
-# postgresql headers and libraries. Some extra checks on sys.platform will
-# still be done in setup.py.
-# The next line is the default as used on psycopg author Debian laptop:
-#include_dirs=/usr/include/postgresql:/usr/include/postgresql/server
-
-# Uncomment next line on Mandrake 10.x (and comment previous ones):
-#include_dirs=/usr/include/pgsql/8.0:/usr/include/pgsql/8.0/server
-
-# Uncomment next line on SUSE 9.3 (and comment previous ones):
-#include_dirs=/usr/include/pgsql:/usr/include/pgsql/server
-
-# If postgresql is installed somewhere weird (i.e., not in your runtime library
-# path like /usr/lib), just add the right path in "library_dirs" and any extra
-# libraries required to link in "libraries".
-#library_dirs=
+# Add here eventual extra libreries required to link the module.
#libraries=

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