On Wed, Dec 20, 2006 at 05:49:15PM +0100, Kaare Rasmussen wrote:
> I'm not sure, but as far as I remember, it will be a short release
> cycle for 8.3 in order to finish some big items that couldn't be
> ready in time for 8.2.
> But which items are more or less expected for 8.3? I recall
> - Hierarchical Queries
> - On disk bitmap index
These two are happening
> - Clustered/replication solutions
This one's stalled because no two replication solutions appear to need
anything in the core. Instead, lots of things are going on outside
the core in the clustering/replication/HA arena.
> being discussed. What are on people's minds?
Other things coming down the pike are:
* SQL/XML support per SQL:2003
* SQL/PSM support per SQL:2003
Hrm. While two things isn't much of a pattern, it's suggestive.
Personally, I'd like to see MERGE, windowing functions, and better
integration of (INSERT|UPDATE|DELETE) ... RETURNING.
D (SQL/MED, anybody?)
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