Marlon Petry wrote:>
> > > You can't. pg_dump in particular embodies an enormous amount of
> > > knowledge that simply does not exist elsewhere. There is no
> > > dump/restore API, and there is nothing you can hook up to using
> > > AFAIK.
> > Recently, there was the proposal to extract that knowledge to a
> > library
> > (making pg_dump itself just a wrapper). This sounds valuable more
> > more, is anybody working on this for 8.3?
> > I have interest in working,how i could start ?
> Start by reading the code in src/bin/pg_dump
> Then after you recover from your head exploding you start devising some
> sort of sane API ...
ok. i'm trying start.
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