On Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 2:46 AM, Christopher Browne <cbbro...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The notion of hacking features onto plpgsql2 that mostly seem like SQL
> enhancements is a waste of time.

New versions of languages who change too much in a new version are
doomed to fail. There are many such examples in history.
Completely new languages are however not doomed to fail.

So when we are talking about a plpgsql2, the changes should come from
all the collective wisdome we have gained during the 16 years of its
When we are talking about a completely new language, then of course we
should start from scratch we don't need to base it on any single
language if we don't want to.

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