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PL/v8 is now the richest procedure language

It's been months since the latest version of PL/v8 was released. Today I'm happy to announce the new releases of PL/v8 1.2.1, and 1.3.0. 1.2.1 contains a couple of bug fixes upon 1.2.0, and 1.3.0 has new features and backward incompatibili…

PL/coffee Trial

We are getting to the final stage of the first stable release of PL/v8. This should be a good release with a lot of improvement such like Subtransaction support Better name space of built-in functions OO style cursor, prepared plan find_fu…

PL/v8 Road Map

For the last couple of months, I'm back to the PL/v8 development. One reason is that I'm now more interested in building and running a mid-term software project than hacking PostgreSQL core. I found myself enjoying to write the code of PL/…

An initial entry for hatena blog.


This is a test entry to see if hatena blog is the right place to blog in English.Hitoshi Harada's blog quote text #include <stdio.h> int main(int argc, char **argv) { return 0; }</stdio.h>