timetravel

timetravel

Post by ara howa » Sat, 31 Aug 2002 23:15:08



i'm looking into using the timetravel contrib as part of a bitemp*
table implimentation - any advice or experiences on this package?
also, i'm looking for a similar means of implementing valid_times (as
opposed to transaction times) - i've done it in plruby but it would be
nice to have it in 'c'.  any information on the above *greatly*
appreciated.

-ara


 
 
 

1. pgsql/contrib/spi (autoinc.c autoinc.sql.in insert_username.c insert_username.sql.in moddatetime.c moddatetime.sql.in refint.c refint.sql.in timetravel.c timetravel.sql.in)


Author: tgl

Update of /home/projects/pgsql/cvsroot/pgsql/contrib/spi
     from hub.org:/home/projects/pgsql/tmp/cvs-serv51753/contrib/spi

Modified Files:
        autoinc.c autoinc.sql.in insert_username.c
        insert_username.sql.in moddatetime.c moddatetime.sql.in
        refint.c refint.sql.in timetravel.c timetravel.sql.in

-----------------------------  Log Message  -----------------------------

Revise handling of oldstyle/newstyle functions per recent discussions
in pghackers list.  Support for oldstyle internal functions is gone
(no longer needed, since conversion is complete) and pg_language entry
'internal' now implies newstyle call convention.  pg_language entry
'newC' is gone; both old and newstyle dynamically loaded C functions
are now called language 'C'.  A newstyle function must be identified
by an associated info routine.  See src/backend/utils/fmgr/README.

2. General Exam Questioon

3. pgsql/contrib/spi (refint.c timetravel.c)

4. Bound field to vb checkbox control with using ODBC