> PostgreSQL can be extended by the user in many ways ...
> PostgreSQL also accepts escape string constants, which are an extension
> to the SQL standard
> To use the infrastructure for your extension ...
> Here is an example that builds an extension module ...
> They test standard SQL operations as well as the extended capabilities
> of PostgreSQL.
> The pgxs docs do use "module" as well, but as previously mentioned
> module already has a particular meaning in the spec.
So what are we thinking here? Along with my suggestion of extensions /
contrib that we modify initdb to load an extensions schema with all
extensions into template1?
Joshua D. Drake
> Michael Glaesemann
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