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> Dead or not, it still works, even against 8.4. I have many programs
> that use it. It's simply a wrapper around the libpq interface and as
> long as the libpq interface remains stable (which we go to great pains
> to do), so will this module.
Well, I stand corrected. Good to know.
> Given the talk of importing some perl module into the postgresql tree
> it just seemed more logical to me to take something that was close to
> libpq and had no external dependancies than taking a module with an
> external dependancy (namely DBI).
Yes, I could see that. Actually, I just came across another one
by Hiroyuki OYAMA and Aaron Crane. This was last updated January 10, 2010! :
Still requires DBI of course, but no Perl library or compiling required
as DBD::Pg does. So we've not got three valid options. :)
Greg Sabino Mullane greg(at)turnstep(dot)com
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