> Indeed. I'm quite strongly against exposing / using pgtypeslib in more
> places. If anything it should be phased out. Because that code is

Feel free to come up with a replacement. :)

> definitely not always kept up2date, and it's a lot of work to do so.  If
> anything the code should be rewritten to *not* require so much
> duplication, then we could talk.

Agreed. However, it could be argued that the code is not duplication
(anymore) but a separate implementation of these datatypes.

>> I'm not aware of any other language binding for pgtypeslib.
> Some people use http://libpqtypes.esilo.com/

Never before saw this. It does not seem to have more in common than the
name, though.

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