On Mon, 2012-04-16 at 18:58 +0300, Heikki Linnakangas wrote:
> The PL/pgSQL debugger included in pgadmin needs a bunch of server-side
> support functions to be installed in the server. The code for the
> server-side functions is currently located in a pgfoundry CVS
> repository, in the edb-debugger project.
> It's time to give that code facelift. I have converted the CVS
> repository to git using git-cvsimport, now available at
> git://git.postgresql.org/git/pldebugger.git. After that, I did a lot of
> cleanup and refactoring. The functionality should be unchanged, and it
> should still work against older server versions.
> The CVS repository also contained a plugin_profiler thingie, that was
> not related to plugin_debugger. I removed that. It might be a useful
> project, but I don't think anyone has really looked at it for years, and
> it really ought to be a separate project and repository, since it
> doesn't have anything to do with the debugger plugin. If someone wants
> to resurrect that code, it can be dug from the history of the git
> There's still plenty of cleanup that could be done to the plugin, but
> this is a good start.
> The plugin doesn't have a mailing list of its own, and AFAIK pgadmin is
> the only consumer of that API, so let's keep pldebugger related
> discussions on this mailing list.
That's really great. Thank you, Heikki.
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