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Slashcode and Postgresql

posted by Krow on 05:57 PM January 13th, 2001   Printer-friendly   Email story
'Aztec Eagle' Turbo writes "Hi! I want to use slashcode, but don't like MySQL. Are there patches to use postgresql? What should I do to use postgresl instead of mysql? Any pointer will be apreciated. Thanks a lot."

Help out with bender!
Seriously, we will only know what is wrong with the postgreSQL version if people comment/submit bug reports/give us patches.

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  • I must say that I stopped a little my tests with Bender and PostgresSQL because the PostgreSQL team was just rolling out PostgreSQL 7.1 beta3: I believe version 7.1, without any limit on row size and other improvements, is needed to properly run Slash.

    Sounds a little dangerous to run a beta software over a beta database, but usually PostgreSQL's betas are very stable. Release 7.1 will be probably out in 2-3 weeks.

    RPMs and DEBs will be probably be made available for this beta, too
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  • Lost URL: the latest beta is at ftp.postgresql.org [postgresql.org]. P.S. I have slight problems posting comments with Mozilla 0.7 [Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux 2.2.14-5.0 i686; en-US; 0.7) Gecko/20010110]
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    "It is more complicated than you think" -- The Eighth Networking Truth from RFC 1925

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    Check out the Slash in Italian Project [kenobi.it]