I have a programmer, if someone has a budget.
Ahhh... The same old problem...
On Thu, Oct 30, 2003 at 02:32:57PM -0800, Josh Berkus wrote:
> > How about a CPAN (P for PostgreSQL, or maybe PL/*)?
> See my other post.
> > On a slightly related note, is there anything in the works for making
> > packages (or otherwise de-flattening the namespace) in Pl/PgSQL?
> We've discussed it, but PL/pgSQL still lacks a project lead really devoted to
> advancing the language. All of the work on PL/pgSQL for 7.4 was done by Joe
> Conway, and primarily becuase he needed is as a stepping stone for buiding up
> I wrote a spec for "CREATE PROCEDURE" for one Oracle migration client, but
> they backed out when they got the estimate.
> We really need someone with the right C skills who's dedicated to making
> PL/pgSQL the equal of PL/SQL.
> -Josh Berkus
> Aglio Database Solutions
> San Francisco
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