> In the PostgreSQL TODO is "Get faster regex() code from Henry Spencer..".
> I look at current available regex used (a example) in apache, php, .etc. But
> if I look at changes (via diff) between PostgreSQL's regex and more new
> regex in PHP4 it is very same. A differentions are that in new regex code
> are all values marks as 'register' and this new regex not support MULTIBYTE.
> It is without any relevant changes (or 'register' is really fastly?).
> What means TODO?
> The PG's regex use malloc -- why not MemoryContext?
Henry has new code that is faster, and he has put it only in TCL so far.
I am waiting for a library version of it that we can include.
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