> I'll be going on vacation on Monday, so don't expect much from me for the
> next 2.5 weeks. As for ecpg, I'm currently rewriting the parser from
> scratch. It was too much work to get it into sync with the backend parser.
> Therefore I tore it down and built it new by using gram.y and scan.l.
> Currently I can parse exec sql declare blocks and the exec sql whenever
> statement. That's it. But I'm confident that the most diffcult part is
> already finished since it does already use a lex file very similar to
> If anyone's interested in working on that part, please tell me and I will
> mail you my source tree. I will read and answer mail at least once over the
> weekend before actually leaving.
> Other than that I wish you some nice working weeks. :-)
> See you again April 16th.
Would it make you life any easier if you opened a connection to the
postgres/psql, and passed queries into it and looked at the
output/errors? Just an idea.
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