On Feb 1, 2010, at 11:29 AM, Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> On Mon, 2010-02-01 at 13:20 -0500, Robert Haas wrote:
>> On the basis of all of the foregoing, I don't think we can consider
>> this patch further for this CommitFest and will update
>> commitfest.postgresql.org accordingly. If the user community grows or
>> if one of the committers takes an interest in this down the road, I
>> think we could consider it for a future release.
> I spoke with James offline about this as well. My understanding (correct
> me James) is that he is working on an implementation that can be
> installed via PGXS.
yep, mostly done: http://github.com/jwp/pg-python
The tests that can pass are passing on 8.3 and 8.4 now, save optimized Cursor returns in 8.3(the materialize preferred flag).
Also made some other improvements like getting rid of the ugly `__func__.stateful = True` in favor of a decorator, @Stateful. (Thanks to Harald for a push in that direction.)
Right now, I'm trying to trim some of the easy issues and getting a project web page up. I expect to be able to make a release soon, and I'll follow-up to this thread when I do.
However, the lack of release files shouldn't stop anyone from trying it out. =)
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