> That's about it- a language is TRUSTED if there's no way for a user to
> be able to write a function which will give them access to things
> they're not supposed to have.  Practically, this includes things like
> any kind of direct I/O (files, network, etc).

The fact that plpythonu used to be plpython back in 7.3 serves to
illustrate that the distinction is not all that well defined. I guess
that someone made an executive decision that the python restricted
execution environment wasn't restricted enough.

Peter Geoghegan

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