Pomarede Nicolas <npomarede(at)corp(dot)free(dot)fr> writes:
> As ip4r seems to work very well with postgresql, is there a possibility to
> see it merged in postgresql, to have a native 4 bytes IPv4 address date
> type ?
Given that the world is going to IPv6 in a few years whether you like it
or not, that seems pretty darn short-sighted to me.
What would make sense IMHO is to adapt the improved indexing support in
ip4r to work on the native inet/cidr types.
regards, tom lane
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