Merlin Moncure wrote:
On Sat, May 17, 2008 at 8:28 AM, Andrew Chernow <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Here is an updated patch for what was called object hooks. This is now
called libpq events. If someone has a better name or hates ours, let us
Let's decide where to go with this. We have no objections to pushing
this back to the next fest (tom's comments on the wiki were noted).
If that's the case though, we would like to wrap up a consenus on the
general implementation in the meantime. Just give us a heads up and
I'll update the wiki.
Yeah, it would be nice to avoid another push back into July by getting some
feedback now for June; it would be great to squeeze it into May. I'm not
talking about a review, but maybe a couple of "I hate this" or "This works well"
or "Give up coding" :) The implementation of the events (as well as when they
were object hooks) is actually very simple, so a quick glance can probably raise
most concerns. There is very little going on.
In the end, something like this can be done several different ways (choice here
is a matter of taste & style). It would be nice to iron out the API and focus
on other aspects; namely is this general concept appealing enough.
every bit counts
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