> Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
> > we would rather have a pass over the queries before they reach our
> > grammar. The pass would restructure any Oracle-specific syntax into
> > PostgreSQL syntax.
> More specifically, a separate program to convert Oracle-isms into
> Postgres-isms (and, perhaps, MySQL-isms, DB2-isms, ...). Feed it
> a script, get a new script back.
> Do we have a TODO list entry for this? I don't see it offhand.
> I do see something about an SQL*Net listener, which would probably
> need to run this sort of conversion on-the-fly, but ISTM the first
> step ought to be a simple script converter.
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