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- Subject: Re: PostgreSQL PL/Lua
- From: Marc Balmer <marc@...>
- Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2013 10:30:58 +0100
Am 03.11.12 20:18, schrieb Luis Carvalho:
>> Is the PostgreSQL server side language PL/Lua being acitevly maintained (as
>> in tested against new PostgreSQL versions)?
> It is being maintained, but not as close to PosgreSQL release cycles. It's
> pretty much feature-complete, so updating the code to run on the latest
> version is most of the maintainance. I should be updating PL/Lua to PostgreSQL
> 9.2, and also to Lua 5.2. (There will be a talk on the workshop about PL/Lua,
>> If it is maintained, who is the current maintainer?
> That would be me.
During the last german PostgreSQL conference, I was asked if I could do
something to ensure PL/Lua is always in a good shape and tested/adapted
to the latest PostgreSQL versions.
Since I use both PostgreSQL and Lua heavily (and I wrote the
Lua/PostgreSQL interface at github.com/mbalmer/), I would of course take
this challenge. But since you are the maintainer I see a conflict here ;)
What is the best way to deak with? Should I crete a "clone" and call it