Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> writes:
> Also, do we really want to import the NSPR into Postgres? I suspect not.
> Of course, the only thing that people are tripping over license-wise is
> libpq. But I think we would want to keep that as lean and mean as
> possible, too.
Yeah, requiring NSPR to be imported into all client applications that
use libpq is an utter non-starter :-(
regards, tom lane
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