> On Sat, Apr 28, 2001 at 06:45:39PM -0400, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Sorry, only in 7.2. No new features in minor releases unless they are
> > very safe.
> So how was that patch not safe?
> It sure would make porting Oracle apps to PostgreSQL _much_ easier.
> How far down the line is 7.2 (my guess is a few months away at least)?
> Is there a doc with what's planned for 7.2 somewhere? I know Jan Wieck
> mentioned improvements in the procedural languages.
The TODO list has a list of things we think need doing. There is an
Urgent section that I hope we can focus on for 7.2. We can't promise
what will be in 7.2 because we don't know what people will volunteer to
work on. I would guess 7.2 is 4-6 months away, at least.
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