Candidly you would be better off writing a small http proxy service
and talking to that as opposed to a full blown psql client.
On 25-Jul-06, at 8:52 PM, John DeSoi wrote:
> On Jul 25, 2006, at 6:01 PM, Mike Dorin wrote:
>> I would like to create a small client on a small
>> microprocessor. The device has Ethernet and can
>> do TCP or UDP with a bit of finesse.
>> I would like the client to shove events into a
>> What should I read to get started?
> The easiest way to go is to use libpq, assuming you can compile it
> for your microprocessor.
> If not, you can communicate with PostgreSQL via the frontend/
> backend protocol with nothing more than a TCP stream:
> This is a lot more work, but the protocol is not too hard to
> implement. There are various open source versions in different
> languages which might help you get started.
> John DeSoi, Ph.D.
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