I am working on the changes necesssary to fix the plperl issue raised a week or so ago. I have code that can detect if we can safely run two interpreters. However, things are complicated by the fact that plperl.c uses a couple of perl hashes to store data: plperl_proc_hash and plperl_query_hash. The complication arises because we would need to keep switching perl contexts in order to access them. Rather than add this complication I am tempted to replace them with standard postgres dynahashes. Can anyone see any objection?



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