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== PostgreSQL Weekly News - November 29th 2004 ==

From: Robert Treat <xzilla(at)users(dot)sourceforge(dot)net>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: == PostgreSQL Weekly News - November 29th 2004 ==
Date: 2004-11-30 05:56:45
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== PostgreSQL Weekly News - November 29th 2004 ==

 A holiday week lead to a short list of changes for this week, the first full 
week of beta5. The pgcrypto module will now refuse to build if a suitable 
random source has not been defined, rather than compile but be unusable. The 
"\s" command in psql's help is now properly documented on platforms with 
readline. A recently introduced problem with client_encoding specification 
and the InitPostgres process was resolved. The tcl regex engine was upgraded 
to 8.4.8 (from 8.4.1). The documentation for SQL:2003 conformance has been 
updated. Last, but not least, the pg_dumplo utility was made schema aware. 

 I also wanted to alert readers to a new poll on, regarding 
mailing list and usenet use. There have been a lot of discussions lately on 
how best to configure the postgresql mail lists and nntp feeds; your feedback 
could really help in determining which way to go. 

== PostgreSQL Product News ==

DBI-Link Enters Beta

Open-source payroll application launched,39020390,39175137,00.htm

== PostgreSQL In The News ==

PostgreSQL goes enterprise this Christmas,39020390,39175469,00.htm

Siuling Ku to Lead Development for Next Gen Metapa Data Warehousing Solution

== PostgreSQL Events ==

PostgreSQL Seminar: Ankura, Turkey: December 1
Devrim Gunduz will present a seminar about upcoming features of PostgreSQL 8.0 

== PostgreSQL Weekly News - November 29th 2004 ==
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