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Re: Status of submitted bugs

From: Giorgio Valoti <giorgio_v(at)me(dot)com>
To: PostgreSQL Bugs <pgsql-bugs(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Status of submitted bugs
Date: 2010-01-28 18:10:46
Message-ID: BFADE667-98BA-4464-A540-58B1C7712CC6@me.com (view raw or flat)
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Il giorno 28/gen/10, alle ore 18:32, Bruce Momjian ha scritto:

> Giorgio Valoti wrote:
>>
>> Il giorno 28/gen/10, alle ore 17:28, Tom Lane ha scritto:
>>
>>> Giorgio Valoti <giorgio_v(at)me(dot)com> writes:
>>>> months ago I?ve submitted a bug (#4953). Is there a way to know its
>>>> status and if it will be fixed?
>>>
>>> [ looks up 4953... ]  Oh, the contrib/xml2 memory management  
>>> mess :-(.
>>> Don't hold your breath waiting for a fix for that.  That code is on
>>> its
>>> way out anyway, and so nobody seems to be willing to put in the  
>>> amount
>>> of effort that would be needed to fix it.  I'd recommend migrating  
>>> to
>>> the core XML support instead.
>>
>> Ok, sorry for the silly question but is the xml core support
>> comparable to contrib/xml2? Is it already there in 8.4 or is  
>> scheduled
>> for 8.5?
>
> It is in 8.4 and is superior to what was supported in contrib/xml2.

I don’t see the xslt_process function. Should I process xml outside  
PostgreSQL? Not a big problem but I chose contrib/xml2 for xslt  
processing, too.

Thank you
--
Giorgio Valoti


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