Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> If we install plPGSQL by default, we should install any other pl
> language that was configured at runtime by default as well. This
> includes plPerl, plTCL, and plPython.
> Of course only if they were compiled in, but sense they are a part of
> the core distribution we shouldn't favor one over the other.
> Personally, plpgSQL is only useful to those who are coming from Oracle.
> People are more likely to be comfortable with plPython or plPerl than
Joshua - as you know I'm a perl fan. But plpgsql is special, for a
number of reasons, not least that it doesn't require any extra
libraries, and should be installable on every postgresql system.
I know people hate playing favourites, but you can take that too far.
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