> Tom Lane wrote:
>> Michael Ansley <Michael(dot)Ansley(at)intec-telecom-systems(dot)com> writes:
>>>> Remember also that the GiST library has been integrated into PG, (my brother
>>>> is doing some thesis workon that at the moment),
>> Yeah? Does it still work?
> You bet. One would otherwise be hearing from me. I depend on it quite
> heavily and I am checking with almost every release.
That's very good to hear! I was not aware that anyone was banging on it.
It seems like it would be a fine idea to adopt your stuff at least into
the contrib part of the distribution, maybe even (or eventually) into
the main release. I think we could probably make it part of the regress
tests even if it's contrib --- there's precedent, as regress already
uses some contrib stuff.
Do you have any problem with releasing your stuff under the Postgres
distribution terms (BSD license)?
regards, tom lane
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