> If by "ready to go" you mean "has been tested by a few people and
> compiled on a few platforms", that's where we are now - I would like to
> see some more testing (especially on platforms other than Windows,
> Linux, and OS X).

Well, if we don't publicize it at least a little, nobody will try it out.

To be clear, for 8.3 release I'm planning on plugging several projects 
which are on pgFoundry and /contrib.  We have some *really cool* stuff 
that doesn't ship with the core distribution, and we don't make enough 
noise about it.  This makes MySQL look like they have more features than 
us just because they ship the kitchen sink.

> The core of the debugger has been in use for quite some time, but I had
> to strip out a lot of EDB-specific code and I'd like to see that the
> result (the open-source version at pgFoundry) holds up well on other
> platforms.
> Josh, any chance you could try it out on Solaris?

Yeah, once I get Nevada build 70 working on my laptop.


Josh Berkus
PostgreSQL @ Sun
San Francisco

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