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[Last argument to the cursor member of Berkeley 2 DB structure])
dnl The cursor member of DB structure used to take three arguments in older
dnl implementations of Berkeley DB. Newer versions (>= 4.0) declare
dnl it as taking four arguments.
dnl This macro checks which of the variants we have.
[AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether db->cursor takes 4 arguments],
db->cursor(NULL, NULL, NULL, 0)
if test $mu_cv_bdb2_cursor_four_args = yes; then