--- Reini Urban <rurban(at)x-ray(dot)at> wrote:
> Kumar Pandey schrieb:
> >>ok, postgresql-7.4.5-1 is ready.
> > Sorry for this question but I'm new to the list so
> > wanted to get a feel before I make design changes
> > to not being able to run plperl in 7.4.3-1.
> did 7.4.3 work for you? stay there then, with the
> old perl.
no, 7.4.3 also had the similiar issues. It would crash
on running a perl function.
> > So what are the next steps and timeline before we
> > to install 7.4.5.-1 via cygwin?
> we have to find and fix the ipc bugs.
> The new 8 release will come with it's own ipc lib
> and is much better
> supported on Win32. The new beta2 will arrive on
> No native threads as with apache2, but still better.
> I worked on the 8.0.0-beta1 this week, Jason did the
> 7.4.5 release.
> Unfortunately the test cases didn't catch the plperl
> We hope to get that to the regression test suite
> also, so it will be
> caught upstream also.
I checked 8.0 beta native install and noticed that
plperl install was not available. Only pgsql was
available. Can anyone confirm if plperl will be
available in final 8.0 native install release?
> Reini Urban
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