> My argument would be now, what is the benefit of the James Pye version
> over our version. James can you illustrate succinctly why we should be
> supporting a new version?
> If there is, I am still all for it, but I am a python bigot.
Yeah, it's just my viewpoint that we don't want 2 python procedural
languages in core. One should be in core, and one should go on
pgFoundry/PGAN. Which ever one is "better" by some clear definition
should go in core.
As I said, I have no opinion about whether Pye's PLpython should replace
the existing because I'm in no position to judge.
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