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pgaccess 0.98.8 - released

From: Iavor Raytchev <pobox(at)verysmall(dot)org>
To: pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org, pgsql-hackers(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
Subject: pgaccess 0.98.8 - released
Date: 2002-12-16 22:28:01
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Hello everybody,

Some days ago was released pgaccess 0.98.8 This release marks the end 
first phase of the work of the Redux team that came together in April 
this year - Chris, Bartus, Brett, and some others.

After the release was renewed the practice weekly releases to be made. 
They have the name pgaccess 0.98.8.20021216 - the last is the date of 
the release, they mark the progress towards pgaccess 0.98.9

The anonymus CVS access still exists.

There are many new features, fixed bugs and improvements in pgaccess 
0.98.8 in comparison to 0.98.7 - I will not use the space here, but all 
interested can find them on the web site, and test it themselves.

What is may be most interesting is that several people start real small 
applications based on pgaccess. Bartus does something for the company he 
works for - that is pgaccess based. Chris has several small applications 
in the pipeline (and also uses pgaccess for the company he works for). 
There are one or two more names of people who are known to work actively 
on using pgaccess as application building environment.

We hope that with this news we have made many of you happy. Those who 
did not believe that anything good will come out of it - now have at 
least a little bit proof.

Where are we heading from now? Improving pgaccess as an administrative 
tool. And preparing the small foundations for making it an easier and 
better applications building environment.

What we would like to see is a strong PostgreSQL. On UNIX, on Windows, 
on Mac OS. On anything where Tcl/Tk works.

pgaccess has still open areas where people can work. Once on the very 
core and the surrounding - documentation, tutorial. Second - broad and 
endless - on small applications built using pgaccess. If anybody is 
interesting - more information can be found on the web site.

With best Christmas wishes for everybody,

The pgaccess development team

www.pgaccess.org



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