> I was looking over the todo list and saw that someone wanted to support XML. I
> have some quick and dirty stuff that could be used.
> OK, what should the feature look like?
> Should it be grafted onto pg_dump or should a new utility pg_xml be created?
> How strict should it be? A stricter parser is easier to write, one can use a
> library, unfortunately most xml is crap and for the utility to be useful, it
> has to be real fuzzy.
> Any input would be appreciated.
The updated TODO item is:
* Add XML interface: psql, pg_dump, COPY, separate server (?)
I am unsure where we want it. We could do COPY and hence a flag in
pg_dump, or psql like we do HTML from psql. A separate server would
accept XML queries and return results.
What do people want?
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