Darko Prenosil wrote:
> It is wrapper about libpq client library functions for use in PL/PSQL.
> I agreed with Joe Conway that it may fit within dblink, because dblink is much
> more easy to work with than the libpq, but sometimes it is Just not enough.
> So, the idea is to re-implement all important libpq functions like
> PQExec ... and make one postgres server become just a client for another (or
> another's) postgres server. As You know, dblink still does not support
> simultaneous connections to two different databases, but with this it can !
> I agreed with Joe that when he is back from holiday he will take a look.
Brilliant idea. I assume you added those functions and rewrote dblink
to use them. dblink already is great, but by adding libpq inside
plpgsql, all sorts of other things become possible.
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