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I was looking through the bender code, about a week ago. My browsing was directed at seeing what was up with the postgresql subdirectory. I noticed that lots of the stuff looked very similar to the regular mysql code that I was used to from the stable slash release. Without running diff on everything, what are the main points of departure between the mysql and the postgresql support?
And another thing, what does this mean to the specialized hacks that we (well, at least I) have macheted into the Slash code? I added keywords support by adding a couple of tables to the database, and glomming on extra bits of code to go look for that data, so that keywords show up like the dept does now (in addition to the dept) And eventually I want to add other tables for other things. Should I stop now and just start hacking at Bender? Is bender stable enough to do that?
Personally I would love to see a plugin added to the code to support keywords. There is rough (very at the moment) support for adding plugins in Bender. It probably won't be complete in this weeks release, but sometime in the next couple.
I wouldn't run a production site with Bender right now, but its getting there. It is certainly stable enough to develop against.
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